Updated January 11, 2023
Commitment to Accessibility
Our goal is to provide as many alternative navigation solutions and happy experiences of our website as possible. We are committed to the continuous task of making its content accessible and usable for all people by meeting or exceeding the requirements of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. As advocates, we want companies and nonprofits to see that this is possible and preferable so that accessibility will gain popularity.
Examples of accessible universal design principles that have been implemented:
Heading and button definitions have been included so that screen reader users can understand important wayfinding and information
Hyperlinks have been added, granting easy access to additional information connected to the highlighted word
Purposeful alt tag image descriptions have been added so that screen reader users can understand images
A design grid has been created, and content has been placed in grouped areas and sequential order for easy scrolling with magnification tools
Extreme juxtaposition of copy size has been avoided so that magnification and keyboard-only users do not find it too intense
High color contrast has been used to limit eye strain for visually impaired and color-blind visitors
Found an issue?
It’s likely. Sites need consistent monitoring and updating to keep up with updates to hardware, software, and third party tools, as well as individual users' preferences. Accessibility is a journey, after all. We appreciate our visitors' feedback and promise to always listen and respond to those who contact us via email@example.com.