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accessibility statement

At Good With, we are committed to making our website accessible to users of all abilities. To meet this commitment, we are working hard to ensure all areas of our website meets accessibility standards.

To ensure that the Good With website is accessible to as many users as possible, we strive to meet at least AA standard of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (2.1). These internationally recognised standards, created by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), explain how to make web content more accessible for people with disabilities, and user friendly for everyone.

Despite our best efforts, we understand that some areas of our website do/may not meet AA standards. This means some areas may require additional consideration or steps to be taken by our users. As we endeavour to improve the accessibility of our website, we are working on all areas identified where possible. 

We have identified the following areas as requiring additional precautions, or being potentially inaccessible for certain users:

2.3.1: three flashes or below threshold:

Movement across the website in the form of carousels and gifs - If you have a vestibular disorder or find automatic/repetitive motion problematic, please ensure that you have the reduced motion/remove animation setting enabled on your device (in the settings menu on Android/iOS or in your browser settings for pc/mac). This will pause all automatic movement across the site.

2.2.2: pause, stop, hide;

The home page (initial landing page) introductory video plays automatically - please use the pause button in the bottom right corner of the video to pause it if you wish to. Alternatively, please utilise the reduced motion/remove animation settings on your device/browser.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you discover any issues with the Good With website or have difficulty accessing any features or content within our website that you believe does not meet accessibility requirements. You can contact us emailing us at: or

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