IndyGo Removes Barriers By Introducing New Accessibility Settings On Website

IndyGo (Indianapolis, IN) is further increasing access to its services with the introduction of new accessibility settings on its website. With this new feature, website visitors will be able to choose their preferred accessibility profiles and content settings when viewing online content.

Accessibility profiles featured through the settings include:

  • Vision Impaired Profile – Enhances the website’s visuals, making the content accessible to most people experiencing visual impairments such as degrading eyesight, tunnel vision, cataracts, glaucoma and others;
  • Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Friendly Profile – Reduces distractions to help those with ADHD and Neurodevelopmental disorders navigate the essential elements on the website more easily;
  • Blind Users (Screen Reader) – Enables motor-impaired persons to operate the website using designated keyboard shortcuts and screen readers; and,
  • Content, Color and Orientation Adjustments – Allows users the flexibility of customizing the website content to best suit their needs, including font size, font color and much more.

Other adjustable accessibility modes that are offered include Seizure Safe, Cognitive Disability and Keyboard Navigation (Motor) profiles. Users can also have their preferred modifications automatically saved for when they later return to the site. Visit

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