The Internet is currently the largest repository for freedom of information for all users, and disabled users in particular. As such, we place great importance on giving equal opportunity to people with disabilities to use the information presented on the site, and to enable a better browsing experience.
We strive to ensure that the digital services are accessible to people with disabilities, and therefore many resources have been invested to facilitate the use of the site for people with disabilities, as much as possible, with the belief that every person deserves the right to live in equality, dignity, comfort and independence.
In order to realize this promise, we strive to add here as much as possible to the recommendations of the Israeli standard (TI 5568) for content accessibility on the Internet at level AA and the international WCAG2.1 document.
How does accessibility work on the website?
The site has a company accessibility menu Website accessibility - accessible with a click. Clicking on the accessibility button opens the menu containing the accessibility buttons. After selecting a topic in the menu, wait for the page to load.
The accessibility option in the menu:
Blocking the flickering - stopping moving elements and blocking the flickering
Increasing the site's font to 5 different sizes
Adapting the site to a screen reader - adapting the site for assistive technologies such as NVDA, JAWS
Adjustment for keyboard navigation - providing the option of keyboard navigation
Change the font for readability
Adapting a site for the color blind
Contrast adjustment - change color contrast based on a light background
Contrast adjustment - change color contrast based on dark background
Highlighting titles on the site
Highlighting links on the site
Increasing the display to about 200%
Increasing the cursor and changing its color to black or white
Sending accessibility feedback
Showing alternative descriptions for the images
Use of third-party components and sites:
When third-party components or websites are used on the site such as Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Twitter, external chats and others that are not under our control, this may pose challenges to the use of the site by people with disabilities that we cannot correct .
Here are some examples of the accessibility policy on third-party websites:
Contact the accessibility coordinator
If while browsing the site you encountered a difficulty regarding accessibility, the company's accessibility team is at your disposal in a variety of channels for inquiries regarding accessibility issues, we will be happy to receive your feedback
Details of the accessibility coordinator in the company
Name: Tomer Sade
Mailing address: 16 Pius St., Herzliya
Book a Space does not accept an audience and does not have an office that can be reached