I am committed to creating online experiences that are accessible to all. I am committed to listening to and learning from you when I miss that mark.

I continue to learn about inclusive design and writing, universal design principles, and accessibility methods and tools. I want to make sure everyone can read, learn, and interact with content I put into the world.

I will make mistakes and you will find issues. Please report them.

If you have time, I’d love to speak with you about your experience.

I commit to making the changes necessary to continue my journey into designing solutions for every human.


Known Issues

  • Current contrast issues on some buttons throughout the site. I will be updating the theme for this website in July, 2020 and testing further.
  • Language issues: older articles may include text that is not inclusive and/or difficult to read or understand. If you find something, please report it.

Current Actions to Support Accessibility

  • WP Accessibility Plugin: allows you to change some settings to create a better, more usable experience on this website.
  • Checking for inclusive language and reading levels: I use a variety of tools to write for this website. I almost always run the content through Hemingway App to check reading grade level and content structure. I am learning how to be more inclusive when I write. I continue to research tools and techniques to improve.
  • Commitment to learning: I commit to being proactive in my learning and development through research, reading, courses, and engaging in communities of practice.
  • Correcting errors promptly: I know I won’t always get it right. I commit to correcting issues promptly when I screw up.
  • Adding proper ALT Text tags to images.
  • Reviewing images and theme color choices for color and contrast issues.
  • Creating accessible web forms

WCAG Conformance

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) is developed through the W3C process in cooperation with individuals and organizations around the world, with a goal of providing a single shared standard for web content accessibility that meets the needs of individuals, organizations, and governments internationally.

WCAG Website (Link Opens in New Window)

  • I aim for a minimum of Level AA.
  • I commit to testing new themes and plugins used on this site to meet at least Level AA and attempting to meet Level AAA.

Technical Specifications

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