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At The Key Safe Company, our customers are at the heart of everything we do.

In September 2016, we redesigned our website to ensure that everybody who is looking for information about our organisation, or assistance with our products can do so as easily as possible.

So here's what we did;

Responsive is built using the latest technology in web design to ensure that the site displays perfectly, no matter what device. Whether it's a laptop or PC, a tablet or a mobile phone, the responsive design means that text and buttons are always accessible, even if you struggle with dexterity.

At the top left hand side of the page, you may notice a few buttons. These buttons help visually impaired and colour blind users by increasing the size of the text, as well as changing the colour scheme to one with a higher contrast, such as yellow on black.

Assistive Technology
For users with very little or no sight, the website has been designed in such a way as to be friendly to screen readers; computer programs that speak aloud to users, allowing them to navigate the web without the need for sight. As well as this, all of our videos are subtitled and our images are properly tagged so that all users have access to all information.

We undertook a massive redesign in terms of where pages are, and how a user gets there. We now hope that all pages can be found in intuitive places.
We have also tried to make the website as mistake proof as possible, by implementing an automatic address finder, as well as intelligent search functionality which can learn from mistakes, typos and different use of language.

All product pages have a Print PDF button. This button strips useful information and removes styling. This allows a printable or emailable page that can be shown to those less comfortable with the reading information on screen.

Our changes are in line with WCAG 2.0 / ISO/IEC 40500:2012, a list of 61 guidelines developed by W3C (The World Wide Web Consortium). If you do have any accessibility issues at all whilst using the site, please do get in touch and we'll be happy to rectify