The internet connects almost every activity of our lives and gives us access to an infinite supply of information. The modern web has made our daily lives more convenient in countless ways. For the disabled and people that are homebound, the internet brings unprecedented independence. Be Accessible is dedicated to making the full benefits of technology accessible to users and developers. We are advocates for accessibility in design and a better internet.
We strive to consistently support the broadest range of users. Each visitor brings an operating system, device, browser, bandwidth, assistive technology, and an array of other technical considerations.
Our website has been designed to meet the principles defined by the prevailing standard for business – WCAG 2.1 AA. We know that accessibility embodies more than any one standard though. Accessibility is about maintaining a feedback loop and a dedication to always do better.
We regularly test our website’s support with screen readers. We focus on responsive design so our site can be enjoyed at varying screen sizes and text magnification levels. We’ve chosen color combinations that support color blind and low-vision people.
We recommend the following browser and screen reader combinations.
For Mac Users: VoiceOver + Safari or Chrome
For Windows Users: JAWS/NVDA + Firefox
If you encounter issues using our website, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (800) 735-0565.
If you don’t have a problem, we always appreciate feedback. Contact us any time.
We’re happy and excited to make changes that result in a greater, more empathetic user experience. We also post on other sites such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, where we don’t fully control the code or how our content is presented. We do our best to be accessible on those platforms.