Since our founding, Conduent Healthy Communities Institute (HCI) has been committed to health equity as a core principle of our work, which includes a commitment to ensuring accessibility for people with disabilities within our offerings. Web accessibility also benefits people without disabilities, such as those using mobile phones, older adults, and situational limitations. We follow the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, which covers a wide range of recommendations for making web content more accessible.
ADA Accessibility Features
The HCI Platform strives to meet all Level A (minimum) and Level AA WCAG 2.0 Success Criteria guidelines and we are continuously making updates with the goal to satisfy all requirements. These features are built into every platform and include
- Colorblind mode is available as an option for community data dashboards
- Non-text content has a text alternative that serves the equivalent purpose to the non-text content, eg. images
- Keyboard accessibility allows browsing without a mouse
- Web pages have headings that describe the pages' content
Mobile Accessibility Features
The HCI Platform can be viewed on desktop, mobile, and tablet devices. Content is responsive and will adjust to the screen orientation
Language Accessibility Features
Automated translation of the HCI Platform is available through Google Translate for 40+ languages.
Although we do our best to meet accessibility guidelines, some features may not be applicable for accessibility. For instance, background audio. Additionally, customizable content may not meet accessibility guidelines. Site Administrators can find tips by signing in to view our article on how to make custom content accessible.
We welcome your feedback. If you have any comments or suggestions regarding accessibility, please reach out to HCISupport@conduent.com.