How we support accessibility
By providing configurability from an organisation level down to individual user level, SystmOne can be specifically tailored to meet the accessibility requirements of our users.
Here are some examples of SystmOne functionality that support accessibility:
- Configurable text alternatives for non-text content.
- Configurable presentation settings, such as themes, brightness, fonts and font sizes that do not impact on any sequencing of information or instructions within the system.
- Use of alternative methods to colouration for conveying information or identifying content, such as icons or flags.
- Default colour combinations providing sufficient contrast, which is then user adjustable to suit their own PC settings and accessibility preferences.
- Adjustable settings for text size that ensure information is not lost.
- System shortcuts via the keyboard, with personalisation available to create user defined keyboard actions.
- Consistent navigation mechanisms and user interface components, with standard terminology system-wide.
- Integration with third-party digital dictation software.
TPP endeavour to be compliant with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines version 2.1 AA standard, where applied to non-web solutions, and strive to meet accessibility requirements as an integral part of our development process, for all TPP products.
Whilst TPP strive to adhere to the accepted guidelines and standards for accessibility and usability, it is not always possible to do so in all areas of SystmOne.
We are happy to receive feedback regarding accessibility on SystmOne. If users experience any difficulties when using our products, please refer to local procedures for contacting our service desk.