- What is OPPassessment’s accessibility policy?
- How do you increase font sizes on OPPassessment?
- Using a keyboard on OPPassessment
- OPPassessment and people with disabilites
- Contacting The Myers-Briggs Company about accessibility
The Myers-Briggs Company Ltd is committed to ensuring that OPPassessment is as easy to use as possible for users of assistive technologies.
The OPPassessment team has designed OPPassessment using the Surf Right Guidelines outlined on the RNIB website (http://www.rnib.org.uk/about-rnib/web-accessibility-statement), with particular emphasis on the following aspects:
- Tests for resizing text
- Tests for colour contrast
- Ease-of-use tests
Increasing font sizes on OPPassessment
The majority of font sizes on OPPassessment can be increased or decreased using the standard accessibility functionality built in to the most popular browsers. OPPassessment does not provide any specific additional functionality.
For Internet Explorer users:
- Select "Zoom" from the Tools icon
- Select "View" from the menu bar
- Select "Text Size"
- Select your preferred size
Using a keyboard on OPPassessment
We have endeavoured to make OPPassessment accessible using only a keyboard. If you discover an area which is difficult to navigate using a keyboard, please let us know. You can navigate around OPPassessment using the standard keyboard functions available on most browsers:
- Use the Tab key to move between links and form fields
- Press the Return key to follow links or submit a form when they are selected
- Press the Space bar to fill in a checkbox
- Use the "arrow" or "cursor" keys to move through drop-down menus and radio buttons
OPPassessment and people with disabilities
OPPassessment has been designed to follow best practice in the testing of people with disabilities:
- Microsoft and other standard packages are used to distribute questionnaires to respondents and as the testing application. Therefore, standard Microsoft and other accessibility features should integrate without any problems.
- The test applications use clear, large, sans-serif fonts against a light background
- There are no aural cues
- Scroll bars and other features requiring fine motor skills have been kept to a minimum
However, those with severe visual disabilities will find any on-screen system difficult or impossible to use. In these circumstances, consult the respondent, who has more experience than you of working with their disability. You may wish to consider paper-based administration or asking a helper to read out questions.
We expect the OPPassessment respondent site to work with screen readers such as JAWS. We have customers that have done this in the past. If you encounter and specific problems, please contact Customer Support.
Contacting The Myers-Briggs Company about accessibility issues
If you encounter any accessibility issues whilst using OPPassessment, please contact our Customer Support team, who will be able to help you further. We welcome feedback, which is used to determine future changes to implement on the system.