The Space aspires to be accessible to everyone and the site has been coded to W3C standards. However, it is an experimental service so there are some caveats:
- It is recommended that you ensure your browser has been updated to a recent version as compatibility with older browsers has not been tested
- The Space is not responsible for the artworks it presents and it is likely that not all artworks will be fully accessible
There are a number of ways computer users can adjust their browser settings to make the most of the internet whatever their ability or disability.
If you can’t see very well
- Adjust the Zoom setting in your browser. “Ctrl +” (Windows)/ “Command ( ) +” (Apple)
- Magnify parts of your screen using the operating system’s “Magnifier” (Windows) or “Zoom” (Mac) function
- Use a Screenreader
- Change text and background colours
- Change fonts
- Make text larger by altering the font size setting in your browser
If you can’t hear very well
Some of our video content is available with subtitles.
The BBC has a comprehensive guide to computer accessibility at: