What our customers say
We have introduced BrowseAloud to help our online visitors to access content more easily and this service is incredibly easy to use. Another great advantage is that it is completely free to our website users. We are confident that the accessibility of our websites has been significantly enhanced and we are reaching a much wider audience than ever before.
Working with BrowseAloud enables us to deliver the user-friendly website experience that our customers expect as a partner to the NHS. BrowseAloud’s speech and reading support tools continue to be an important element of our web accessibility standards that provides additional functionality to our customers who require reading support to access our content. As part of the growing number of organisations who use BrowseAloud’s technology, it continues to help us provide a better online experience to end users.
Goldsmiths is committed to ensuring its students have the support they deserve, especially when accessing our online services. We're delighted to be working with BrowseAloud to help fulfil this commitment and hope it will help remove any obstacles for current and prospective students visiting our website.
We chose BrowseAloud for our websites as we wanted to be more responsive to customers’ needs – we appreciated that we needed to improve online access to information and guidance for those students and their families who have problems reading digital content and need additional support. By using BrowseAloud we can now offer them that support and improved accessibility to our online content. The BrowseAloud capability will also support our delivery partners who help us share information and guidance to our target audiences.
In our organisation dealing with health and social care, it is absolutely essential that we are as accessible as possible to as many people as we can be. BrowseAloud is a natural choice, as it is easy to use and free for those people that visit our site, making it easier than ever to keep up with what is going on in the area.
We make every effort to ensure that our website is accessible and easy to use for all our online visitors. We work closely with customers and communities and our main priority has always been to put our customers first in all of our work. Having BrowseAloud enabled on our site further strengthens our commitment to our new Equality and Diversity Charter and helps to ensure that vulnerable groups, particularly people with Print Disabilities can continue to access all of our information and services online.