We have made every effort to develop the Insights web site in conformance with Level AA of the W3C’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).
If you are blind or partially sighted and use a speech browser, we have endeavoured to make this site as friendly as possible. However, if you have difficulty in accessing any part of the site, please contact us and we will do our best to improve things.
"Access keys" have been included to allow users to navigate through pages using a keyboard and without needing a mouse. Use the following keys on your keyboard to access the top level pages of the Insights website:
- What we do
- Your business challenges
- Case studies
- Our people
- Global offices
In most web browsers, users invoke an access key by pressing “Alt” (on Windows) or “Ctrl” (on Mac) simultaneously with the appropriate key on the keyboard. In particular:
- If you use Internet Explorer, hold down the “Alt” key and the access key number and then press the “Enter” key (“Enter” is not needed for Internet Explorer 8 and above). Mac users need to press “Ctrl” rather than “Alt”.
- If you use Windows Mozilla Firefox 2 and above, hold down the “Shift” key and the “Alt” key and then press the access key number. Mac users need to press “Ctrl” rather than “Alt”
- If you use Safari or Chrome, hold down the "Alt" key and press the access key number.