Web accessibility refers to the extent to which a page can be used by individuals with disabilities. This may include people who are blind or have low vision, those who are deaf or hard of hearing, have mobility or cognitive disabilities, or otherwise.

We know how important it is to have an accessible website and for this reason, at Imazu, we follow some rules to ensure that our page can be used by as many people as possible. We show them below so that users can have better access and usability on our website.


  • Text Alternatives: We provide text alternatives for any non-text content.
  • Adaptable: We create content that can be presented in different ways without losing information or structure.
  • Distinguishable: We make it easier for the user to see and hear the content by distinguishing it from the background. But we choose contrast colors to distinguish buttons, icons, links for easy viewing.
  • Keyboard accessible: We make all functionality keyboard accessible. (We detail it in keyboard shortcuts)
  • Sufficient time: We will provide users with sufficient time to read and use the content.
  • Seizures or Seizures: Design content avoiding designs that are known to cause seizures or seizures.
  • Navigable: We provide ways to help the user navigate content, search it and determine where they are at all times. The design used is simple and clear to help search for information.
  • Readable: We make the text content readable and understandable.
  • Predictable: We make web pages appear and behave in predictable ways
  • Assistance in data entry: We help the user to avoid and correct errors.
  • Maximize compatibility. We maximize compatibility with current and future user agents (browsers), including assistive technologies.



Keyboard shortcuts are key combinations that provide an alternative way to do something that is normally done with a mouse.

Here are some of the most common keyboard shortcuts:


  • Ctrl + C: copy all kinds of content.
  • Ctrl + V: paste the contents of the clipboard.
  • Ctrl + Z: undo the last action.
  • Alt + tabulador: switch between apps.
  • Alt + F4: close the active window.
  • F2: change the name of an element in the system.
  • F3: Find a file or folder in File Explorer.
  • F4: show address bar list in explorer.
  • F5: update the screen content.
  • Alt + F8: display the password on the login screen.
  • Alt + Esc: move through the items in the order they were opened.
  • Alt + Intro: see the properties.
  • Alt + Barra espaciadora: open context menu.
  • Ctrl + F4: close the active document.
  • Mayús + Supr: delete without moving to recycle bin.
  • Impr Pant: print Screen.
  • Ctrl + A: select all.
  • Ctrl + D: move to recycle bin.
  • Ctrl + Y: Redo.
  • Ctrl + Esc: open Start.
  • Ctrl + Mayús + Esc: open Task Manager.