Learn Disability Justice is committed to ensuring digital accessibility for all users. We strive to provide equal access to our website for individuals with disabilities, including those with visual, auditory, physical, or cognitive disabilities.
Web Accessibility Standards
We follow the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1, Level AA standards to ensure our website is accessible to everyone. Our team continuously reviews and tests the site to ensure that it meets these standards.
Accessibility Features on our Website
To improve user experience and accessibility, we have implemented the following features on our website:
Alternative Text: We provide alternative text for all images, which can be read by screen readers.
Keyboard Navigation: Users can navigate our website using only the keyboard, without relying on a mouse.
Adjustable Text Size: Users can adjust the text size on our website using the browser’s zoom feature.
Captions and Transcripts: We provide closed captions and transcripts for all videos and audio files.
- Audio files: We provide audio files on every page.
Contrast and Color: Our website uses high-contrast colors and provides the option to change the color scheme to improve readability.
Screen Reader Compatibility: Our website is compatible with screen reader software to provide access to users who are visually impaired.
Feedback and Accessibility Support
If you encounter any difficulties or have any suggestions for improving the accessibility of our website, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We value your feedback and are committed to making the necessary improvements to ensure that all users have equal access to our content.
Learn Disability Justice is committed to ensuring that our website is accessible to everyone, and we will continue to improve and update our accessibility features to provide the best possible user experience.