Dating site for handicapped in europe
For products, for example, the Directive requires their user interface to be accessible by, among others, providing an alternative to speech for communication, flexible magnification and contrast adjustment or allowing the user to control the volume.However, the requirements don't say what technical solutions should be used to achieve those functionalities. Similarly, for services it is required, for example, that the related websites should be accessible and contain information about the accessibility features of the services.The Directive will trigger the introduction of accessibility features in key digital products and services.For example for the operation of TV sets, remote controls would need tactile clues in the key pads and the text in the electronic programming guide would need to be available in a format that can be read aloud.There are different approaches among Member States.Some have general requirements linked to anti-discrimination laws, whereas others have technical detailed requirements, some requirements focus on public procurement.
In addition banking websites will become accessible for example by describing pictures and buttons, by having a logical structure allowing flexible time for navigation and by providing the possibility to adjust the sizes of the letters, the colours and the contrasts used.
The Directive will facilitate the management by persons with disabilities of their personal banking activities in an autonomous manner.
ATMs will provide sockets for headphones so that blind persons can withdraw money with the support of audio instructions. ATMs will also have visual alerts (blinking lights) in addition to audible signals to indicate where the cards need to be introduced or where the money comes out.
Smartphones with advanced telephony services combining voice, text and images not only to deaf and hard of hearing persons, but to all other people in noisy environments or in meetings where it is not possible to speak on the phone.
The Directive contributes to the realisation of an e-inclusive society put forward in the Digital Single Market Strategy by ensuring the accessibility of websites from providers of basic services to citizens.