* The county council's new look website.Denbighshire County Council has completely revamped its website to make it more accessible to the public – and it’s now gone live.
Each public service organisation needs to ensure that its website meets the requirements of the Equalities Act and have accessible websites by September 2020.
Making a website accessible means that it can be used by people with impaired vision, motor difficulties, learning disabilities, deafness or impaired hearing.
Councillor Richard Mainon, Cabinet Lead Member for Corporate Services and Strategic Direction, said: “We hope people like out new look website and find the new look site a lot easier to navigate and find the information they need.
“We are always looking at ways of improving our online services and this latest change in law has given us a great opportunity to revamp our website, making sure it fully complies with accessibility guidelines.
“We have been testing the site with the Disability Access Centre and have passed their accessibility tests. We have also introduced some minor changes in response to feedback from the public and we would like to thank people for taking the time to get in touch.
“It has a very different look and feel from the existing website. It has a clear and simple design; it should be easier to read in terms of font, colours and contrast and the language should be easy to understand. It has also been designed so that it can be used on as many digital devices as possible.
“Our website is one of the key platforms for the council to provide advice and information to the public and is available twenty four hours a day, 365 days a year.
“The council is focussing on providing more services online and allowing customers to access a wide range of information about council services, as well as registering requests, making payments and getting involved in consultations.
* The new-look website is available by visiting: www.denbighshire.gov.uk.