Updated September 10, 2023.
Commitment to Accessibility
In order to improve equitability, I provide as many alternative navigation solutions and happy experiences to my business website and customers as possible. This is achievable by meeting or exceeding the requirements of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 Level AA (WCAG 2.1 AA). As an accessibility advocate, I want companies and nonprofits to see that equitability and accessibility is possible and preferable.
Example of implemented accessible universal design:
Heading and button definitions for screen reader users to understand important wayfinding and information
Clear hyperlinks for easy access to additional information connected to the highlighted word
Strategically added purposeful alt tag image descriptions for screen reader users to understand and enjoy images
Created a design grid that will place content in grouped areas and sequential order for easy scrolling with magnification
Did not juxtaposed the size of copy too extreme so that magnification and keyboard only users do not find it intense
Used high color contrast for the visually impaired and color blind to limit eye strain
Found an issue?
It’s likely. Sites need consistent monitoring and updating to keep up with accessibility third-party tool hardware and software updates. As well as users' individual preferences. We will always listen and respond to those who contact us via email@example.com.
Interested in Accessibility?
I am too! So much so that I started a disability resource website called Unibility that can be a starting place to learn about the amazing and complex technology that enable human rights and future-proof positive user experience.