This page is not a help page. It aims to present the accessibility policy of the Devoteam website, and to define the general accessibility level observed on the Global website, in accordance with the applicable protocols and regulations.
What is digital accessibility?
Digital accessibility is a set of good practices and standards, which cover:
- Functional aspects
- Technical development
- Editorial and multimedia content
These rules ensure digital media (websites, mobile apps, software packages, documents, videos…) are fully accessible to all users, including those with disabilities.
An accessible website or app allows for example to:
- Customise the website’s display based on your needs (character magnification, colour adjustment, change of typography, turning off animations, etc.)
- Browse with support tools, such as voice synthesis and braille touchpads
- Browse without using the mouse, with the keyboard only, with contactors or through a touch screen
- Watch videos or podcasts with captions or subtitles
Devoteam place special emphasis on accessibility of their websites and apps. They have committed to respect RGAA (Référentiel Général d’Amélioration de l’Accessibilité, or “General Accessibility Improvement Procedure” in English), in accordance with Article 47 of the French Law No. 2005-102, dated 11 February 2005.
To achieve the best possible result, accessibility is considered, as much as possible, by all the people involved in the design and development of websites and apps. The teams are also supported by third-party experts, especially for skill improvement, audit, arbitration, and correction verification, throughout design and development stages.
Devoteam undertakes to make its websites (Internet, intranet and extranet), its software packages, mobile applications and urban digital infrastructure accessible in accordance with article 47 of French law no. 2005-102 of 11 February 2005.
By applying the technical standards of France’s RGAA (General Accessibility Improvement Procedure), it is possible to verify that a web page complies with the 50 Level A and AA success criteria listed in the WCAG 2.1 international standard.
The “devoteam.com” website is partially compliant with RGAA version 4.0 (and therefore WCAG 2.1) as a result of the non-conformities and exemptions listed below.
The RGAA 4.1 compliance audit performed by Ideance reveals that 91% of the RGAA 4 criteria are observed.
Images: Although most images have a suitable alternative, some image alternatives and especially logos need to be adjusted.
Scripts: The main navigation menu in the “desktop” version does not unfold with the keyboard. However, the first level links allow to reach pages that give access to the second level elements.
Information structure: Some lists, especially in the footer, are not correctly structured as the titles are integrated in the lists.
An effort has been made to offer satisfactory contrasts by default all over the website content. However, in order to optimize reading, Devoteam has implemented a feature to reinforce contrasts (especially when text is displayed over visuals and for keyboard navigation focus).
Establishment of this Accessibility Declaration
This accessibility declaration has been established on 05 October 2020.
Technologies used for the website creation
User agents, support technologies, and tools used to check the accessibility
The webpage tests have been performed through the combinations of the following browsers and screen readers:
- Firefox Developer Edition 93.0b3 and NVDA 2020.3.
- Edge and JAWS 2020.
- Safari and VoiceOver (Mac OS 11.5).
- Safari and VoiceOver (iOS 14.1).
Tools used to check the accessibility:
- Colour Contrast Analyser
- Contrast Finder
- Outils de développement Firefox
- Web Developer (extension Firefox)
Webpages subject to the compliance audit
The Accessibility page has not been tested during this first audit, as it has been published afterwards. It will be taken into account during the next audit.
Feedback & Contact
If you don’t manage to access a content or service on this website, you can contact us to be directed to an accessible alternative, or to obtain the content in another form.