To improve user accessibility, the Givevision website uses ATbar.
ATbar has been created as an open-source, cross-browser toolbar to help users customise
the way they view and interact with web pages. The concept behind ATbar is simple:
One toolbar to provide all of the functionality you would usually achieve
through the use of different settings or products.
ATbar is free and allows you to change the look and feel of webpages,
increase and decrease font sizes, have text read aloud, use coloured overlays,
readability and a dictionary to aid reading. Spell check forms and try word prediction when writing.
It is a simple tool which is available for most popular browsers.
ATbar can increase the accessibility of a website and offer a personalised user experience.
It is designed for those who may not have their assistive technologies to hand
and need a quick way of accessing text on the screen with magnification and/or text to speech etc.
It can help those with low vision, dyslexia, other reading difficulties as well as those
who may wish to just reduce the glare of black text on bright white backgrounds.
It is not designed for regular screen reader users who need their assistive
technology to access the computer as well as their browser.