We have designed this site to be easy to use and accessible for everyone, regardless of age, impairments or means of access. It supports standards-compliant web browsers and alternate devices such as audio browsers and PDAs. This section provides information about site accessibility and highlights some features.
The site has been developed using standards-compliant XHTML 1.0 and CSS 2 and conforms to the Web Accessibility Initiatives Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0, level AA.
This website is best viewed at a screen resolution of 1280 x 1024 pixels, which will keep all the content on the home page and title pages visible without needing to scroll downwards.
Although this site should be fully accessible from any web browser or device, only browsers that support modern web standards will receive a fully styled version.
To gain the full benefit of this and other websites, we recommend you use the latest version of your preferred browser, as this is more likely to be standards-compliant. You can choose from one of the following:
We have introduced a pdf reader to our site, enabling users to browse pdf documents on screen. Users can still download pdfs to read on screen away from the website, to print out, or to save. To read PDFs away from this site you need to have Adobe Reader installed on your computer. Most computers will already have this but if not you can download it free of charge from the Adobe site.
If you find it difficult to use a mouse, the main site navigation supports access keys. To move between pages, simply hold down the Alt key (Windows) or the Control key (Mac) and hit the appropriate key.
The access keys below follow the British Government's Standard, which have been extended to suit The Paul Hamlyn Foundation's website navigation.
S Skip navigation
1 Home page
3 Site map
6 Accessibility help
8 Legal notices
9 Feedback form
0 Access key details
U About us
F PHF staff area
A How to apply
To apply to PHF you will need to set up an applications account with us, which requires that you have an email account. Free webmail is available from many online service providers. You might like to try one of the following: