Accessibility statement

picotech aims to make the information accessible to people with disabilities.
As part of the accessibility process and according to the provisions of the law, picotech established a new website, accessible and adapted to people with disabilities, which included a variety of measures that improve its comfort and ease of use.
The website was built in accordance with the regulations on equal rights for people with disabilities (service accessibility adjustments), 2013-2013.
The entire site was designed and built according to the AA level standard W3C’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0

picotech believe in and work for equal opportunities in the internet space for people with various disabilities and/or who use assistive technologies to use a computer.
The actions performed within the framework of picotech’s website accessibility:
The means of navigation and orientation on the site are simple and convenient to use.
The site’s contents are written in simple and clear language and are well organized using headings and lists.
A fixed and uniform structure for all the sub-sites and pages on the site.
Adapting the site to work environments with different resolutions.
Responsive website adapted to a variety of devices.
The graphic objects have a textual alternative (alt).
The site allows changing the font size by using the side menu.
The links on the site are clear and contain an explanation of where they link to.
Option to change the size of the texts on the site using one of the accessibility bars.
Option to change the contrast of the site’s colors by clicking the contrast button on the site.
Adding shortcuts to the main areas of the site by pressing TAB.
No animations are used on the site

It should be noted that despite our efforts to make all parts of the website accessible, pages may be discovered that have not yet been accessed or are partially accessed because they contain external text files/ external references to websites/ external audio clips/ external videos without subtitles.

We will continue tirelessly in our efforts to improve the site’s accessibility as part of our commitment to allow its use for the entire population.