This site is committed to providing an experience that functions for the widest possible audience, regardless of technology or ability.
It strives to conform to level AA compliance for the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0—guidelines explain how to make web content easier to use for people with disabilities.
In addition to being tested on modern browsers, both mac OS Voice Over and NV Access’s NVDA have been used to test this site for ease of use with a screen reader. It has also been audited using WebAIM’s WAVE, as well as the Chrome, and aXe developer testing tool extensions.
Issues with this site’s accessibility can be submitted as a Git Hub issue, or by emailing me directly. I take these issues very seriously and will try to remedy the problem as quickly as time allows. A list of known reported issues is also available.
Although I cannot guarantee that all content linked to, or embedded on this site is fully accessible, I try to choose sites and services that embrace inclusive design principles.