About web accessibility
Web accessibility means that anyone, including the elderly and people with disabilities, can use the information and functions provided on the website without any problems. (From Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications "Everyone's Public Site Operation Guidelines (2016 version)")
Japanese Industrial Standard JIS X 8341-3: 2016 (official name "Senior, Disabilities etc. Design Guideline-Devices, Software and Services in Information Communication Part 3: Web Contents". Hereinafter referred to as "JIS"). The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications "Everyone's Public Site Operation Guidelines (2016 version)", which was announced in a revised manner in 2016 and revised in 2016, calls for efforts to create a website compatible with JIS for local public organizations etc. It is done.
Iwate Prefecture's efforts
People in various environments, such as elderly people, children, people with physical disabilities, people who can not easily use keyboards and mice, visit the homepage of Iwate Prefecture. In Iwate Prefecture, we strive to create a convenient and easy-to-use website that everyone can use without confusion.
In 2012, we revised "Iwate Prefecture Website Creation Guidelines" (hereinafter referred to as "Guidelines"), which are the creation rules for Iwate Prefecture website, and established "Iwate Website Web Accessibility Policy" in March 2013 . In 2016, we carried out web accessibility training for staff, and revised the guidelines in April 2017. We will continue to work towards the realization of a website with consideration for web accessibility.
Correspondence of this site
Scope and deadline, target conformance level
This site is built and updated with the aim of partially complying with Conformance Level AA.
What is partially compliant with conformance level AA
JIS has three levels: A, AA, and AAA. If all of the Level A Success Criteria are met, and if it is not possible to meet some of the Level AA Success Criteria, we say that it is partially compliant with Level AA. This notation method is based on the notation defined in the Web Access Accessibility Committee of the Information and Telecommunication Access Council "Web Content JIS X 8341-3: 2016 Compliance Degree Indication Guidelines April 2016 version".
The following criteria are not subject to compliance:
- 1.2.1 Achievement criteria for media containing only recorded audio and media containing only recorded video
- 1.2.2 Achievement standard about caption of pre-recorded audio content
- 1.2.3 Achievement criteria for alternative content or audio guide of recorded video content
- Achievement criteria about caption of 1.2.4 live audio content
- 1.2.5 Achievement standard about audio guide of recorded video contents