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Commitment to Accessibility
Accessible.org is committed to accessibility and ensuring that all users of this site, including those with disabilities and their companies, have an equal opportunity to participate in and benefit from all information and online offerings of Accessible.org.
Should you have any difficulty accessing this website in any manner, please do not hesitate to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some of the measures taken to make Accessible.org accessible include:
- descriptive alt text values are assigned to all images
- ensuring a minimum 4.5:1 color ratio for all text
- using descriptive text links and headers
- maintaining a consistent and predictable layout throughout the site
- incorporating a skip navigation link
- making all text zoomable up to 200%
- eliminating all potentially distracting elements (e.g. pop ups, auto playing video, etc.)
- ensuring website is navigable by keyboard only
- presenting content in a meaningful order
- providing a focus indicator for all active components of the website
As well as several other measures.
Beyond our existing remediation measures, we continually review our website to ensure we adhere to best practices in web accessibility.
As a company who provides independent audits for website accessibility, we are in the unique position of auditing our own website, Accessible.org and we have done so. We have made repeated efforts to review and re-review Accessible.org to ensure it complies with WCAG 2.0 AA and the general best practices of website accessibility.
Further, we voraciously research web accessibility best practices and methods to improve our knowledge and stay up to date on the latest news and information.
Through our genuine and good faith commitment and devotion to accessibility, we believe we not only meet but exceed the digital accessibility requirements imposed by Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 & 508 of the Rehabilitation Act and other parallel or related disability inclusion laws such as the California Unruh Act and the New York Human Lights Law.
Do you have feedback on Accessible.org’s accessibility? Where can we improve? What are our strong points? Your feedback is welcome and greatly appreciated as we strive to improve.
You can learn more about the right to equal access for all Americans at ADA.gov.
Section508.gov provides numerous resources for making accessible websites and maintaining them.
WCAG 2.0 AA provides technical guidelines and examples for what web accessibility should be.
Accessible.org provides information and services to make your website accessible.