The Turismo de Laranjal Paulista portal was built based on research on usability and accessibility. Usability for the citizen to find the information he wants in the best way, and in an easier and more intuitive way, and accessibility to include citizens with disabilities in the use of products, services and information made available by the City Hall on the internet.

Following international standards such as the World Content Accessibility Guide (WCAG) and the Electronic Government Accessibility Model (e-MAG) federally established by Ordinance No. better access to the information network in alternative and inclusive formats.

Accessibility on the City Hall Portal is embedded in the pages' HTML programming and is automatically identified by screen reading programs such as Jaws and Voiceover. The Portal also has a button to access the VLIBRAS tool on its side, which translates digital content (text, audio and video) into Brazilian Sign Language - LIBRAS. In addition, it is possible to control the size of the letters on the pages and the contrast of the colors through buttons located on the Portal's accessibility bar.

Accessibility laws and decrees:

  • Decree No. 5,296, of December 2, 2004
  • Decree No. 6949, of August 25, 2009 - Promulgates the International Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and its Optional Protocol, signed in New York on March 30, 2007
  • Decree No. 7724, of May 16, 2012 - Regulates the law that provides for access to information.
  • LAW No. 13.146, OF JULY 6, 2015 Art. 63: Accessibility is mandatory on websites maintained by companies with headquarters or commercial representation in the country or by government bodies, for use by people with disabilities, guaranteeing them access to available information, in accordance with the best practices and accessibility guidelines adopted internationally. § 1 The sites must contain a highlighted accessibility symbol.