Brought to you by
Share on

We want to make sure that OsteoLink can be used by anyone. For this reason, we consider the needs of:

  • People with impaired vision or hearing, or motor disabilities
  • People with cognitive impairments
  • People with reading difficulties such as dyslexia
  • People with different cultural or socio-economic backgrounds
  • People of different generations

Our goals

We commit ourselves to the following general principles:

  • Assistance in the use of the site: Offer of help and advice in order to support users in individual settings of your computer
  • Design for use with assistive technology: ensuring that our media work well with technologies such as software for reading web pages
  • Testing: We work with consultants from the area accessible internet and users together with a wide variety of needs, to ensure that identified problems and appropriate solutions are developed.
  • Innovation: finding new ways, can be offered over the rich-media content on barrier-free manner, as well as help in the development of technologies and standards for accessibility


One of the objectives pursued by us Accessibility Guidelines include

  • Possibility for the user to change the font size
  • Using an easily readable font
  • Use of a suitable contrast between foreground and background color
  • Using clear and simple grammar
  • Provision of meaningful texts as an alternative to pictures
  • Easy and consistent navigation on the site
  • Ensuring that the target of each link is clearly defined
  • Providing a site map
  • Shortcuts to navigation for users who use text-only browsers and software for reading web pages
  • Using a logical structure for the highest possible browser support

Ensuring that all content and functions for users are also available without content style sheet (CSS), image and script support