This accessibility statement is adapted from the Accessible Employers Opens in new window website by the Presidents Group (built and tested by KunStudios).
I have outlined how this website meets WCAG 2.1 AA Opens in new window requirements and the few aspects that do not. I’m working on fixing the elements that don’t meet accessibility standards.
WCAG Success Criteria
Last tested and updated June 2022
Priority 1: Perceivable
Guideline 1.1: Provide text alternatives for all non-text content.
There are captions and alt text for all images that appear on the site.
Guideline 1.2: Provide synchronized alternatives for multimedia.
Not applicable, there is no multimedia on this site
Guideline 1.3: Ensure that information and structure can be separated from presentation.
Guideline 1.4: Make it easy to distinguish foreground information from its background.
So far, we have met priority 1.
Priority 2: Operable
Guideline 2.1: Make all functionality operable via a keyboard interface.
All functionality is operable by the keyboard, however the initial load of the homepage does introduce the header on scroll. The navigation doesn’t show focus while tabbing on initial load of the homepage. Working fixing this.
Guideline 2.2: Allow users to control time limits on their reading or interaction.
Not applicable – there are no timed activities on the site
Guideline 2.3: Allow users to avoid content that could cause seizures due to photosensitivity.
Guideline 2.4: Provide mechanisms to help users find content, orient themselves within it, and navigate through it.
Guideline 2.5: Help users avoid mistakes and make it easy to correct mistakes that do occur.
Priority 3: Understandable
Guideline 3.1: Make text content readable and understandable.
Some content needs to be rewritten in plain language.
Guideline 3.2: Make the placement and functionality of content predictable.
Priority 4: Robust
Guideline 4.1: Support compatibility with current and future user agents (including assistive technologies).
Guideline 4.2: Ensure that content is accessible or provide an accessible alternative.