We aim to ensure that our website can be used as effectively and easily as possible by all users.
Our website is tested quarterly by Sitemorse as are all UK Local Authority websites. We consistently achieve and maintain Web Accessibility Initiative level 2 (AA).
|Audit Period||Orkney Islands Council Ranking||Local Authorities Audited||Score|
|2019 - Quarter 2.||9.||350.||8.9 / 10.|
|2019 - Quarter 1.||2.||406.||9.4 / 10.|
|2018 - Quarter 4.||2.||397.||9.7 / 10.|
|2018 - Quarter 3.||2.||408.||9.7 / 10.|
|2018 - Quarter 2.||3.||409.||9.2 / 10.|
|2018 - Quarter 1.||6.||409.||8.6 / 10.|
|2017 - Quarter 4.||2.||409.||9.3 / 10.|
|2018 - Quarter 3.||2.||407.||9.5 / 10.|
|2017 - Quarter 2.||26.||407.||7.0 / 10.|
|2017 - Quarter 1.||2.||408.||9.4 / 10.|
The website is designed to be used by all browsers and devices with an emphasis placed on trying to provide information that can be easily and efficiently viewed.
Our commitment is to continually improve the website and meet legislation and guidelines.
The Orkney Islands Council website makes 'Recite Me' software available to all site visitors who may need help with reading the website. Full information on 'Recite Me' is available from the 'Listen/Read/Translate' page that can be accessed from the 'More pages in this section' menu on this page.
All of our downloadable documents are in Portable Document Format (PDF) and can be read through the free Adobe Acrobat Reader.
We aim to use plain language and avoid unnecessary jargon and acronyms on this website. There are pages or documents, such as planning documents or council reports, where complex or technical language is often necessary and used.
We follow plain English guidelines to try and make the content of the website as clear as possible.
Orkney Islands Council are committed to improving levels of accessibility for all website visitors. If for any reason you have problems accessing information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to help.