Swiss Post undertakes to provide a website which is accessible to as much of the general public as possible, regardless of technology or skills. We are actively and continually working to advance the accessibility and user-friendliness of our website.
Standards and guidelines
Swiss Post is guided by the standards of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), Level AA.
The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines are a recommendation for designing accessible Internet content. They were developed by the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) Web Accessibility Initiative. The Level AA guidelines set out the following requirements in particular:
Perceivability through text alternatives for images, subtitles for audio, ability to display content in different ways and change colour contrasts.
Operability through keyboard operation, colour contrasts, time limits for data entry, prevention of seizures and navigability.
Understandability through readability, predictability and assistance with entering data.
Robustness through compatibility with assistive technologies.
Although Swiss Post endeavours to comply with these recognized guidelines and standards for accessibility and user-friendliness, it is not always able to guarantee this in all areas of the website.
The following sites are currently not compliant with WCAG Level AA or are only partially compliant:
- Swiss Post apprenticeships
- HR recruiting
- Online payment
- Hiking experiences for families
- Annual Report
- My Swiss Post
- Open innovation and venture capital
- Focus on stamps
- E-Post Office
- Offers on request
- E-commerce microsite
- Logistics point
- My consignments
- Digital Day
- Domestic parcel labels
- Collection upon request
- Service on Demand
- E-Shop live test
- PostCard Creator
- Order pen / Home delivery service
- My Post 24
- Deposit machine
- App EAD Enter shipment data
Swiss Post is striving to make all web content fully accessible as per WCAG Level AA by the end of 2022.
Compliance is verified and modified in line with the WCAG standards on a regular basis. However, if you encounter a problem which is not covered in this section, please contact us.
Accessibility statement, 29 June 2019
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