Accessibility Policy

Assistance

​Should you have any difficulty accessing this website in any manner, please do not hesitate to email krisrivenburgh@gmail.com for support. As this website is only run and operated by one person currently, you may not receive an instant answer but if you email krisrivenburgh@gmail.com, you will receive a reply within 24 hours.

Commitment to Accessibility

I’m committed to accessibility. It is my policy to ensure that persons with disabilities have a full and equal access to our digital offerings.

Standards

I follow the Web Accessibility Standards (WAS) to ensure digital offerings on Kris Rivenburgh.com are ADA Compliant.

Demonstrable Access

Here are just some of the many ways that KrisRivenburgh.com is accessible and meets the Web Accessibility Standards:

  • descriptive alt text values are assigned to all images
  • ensuring a minimum 4.5:1 color ratio for all text
  • using descriptive text links and headers
  • maintaining a consistent and predictable ​layout throughout the site
  • incorporating a skip navigation link
  • making all text zoomable up to 200%
  • eliminating all potentially distracting elements (e.g. pop ups, auto playing video, etc.)
  • ensuring website is navigable by keyboard only

Actions Taken

Here are the steps I have taken to ensure accessibility of this website:

  • installed a WordPress theme that is accessible and uses clean code
  • followed Web Accessibility Standards best practices
  • personally reviewed my website for any inaccessible components
  • removed any media that wasn’t accessible

Legal Compliance

Through my genuine and good faith commitment and devotion to accessibility, I believe KrisRivenburgh.com not only meets but exceeds the digital accessibility requirements imposed by Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 & 508 of the Rehabilitation Act.

Feedback

KrisRivenburgh.com is committed to accessibility and we are always seeking to improve. If you know of a way I can improve,  I’d love to hear more. You can email me at krisrivenburgh@gmail.com.

​Resources

​You can learn more about the right to equal access for all Americans at ADA.gov.

Section508.gov provides numerous resources for making accessible websites and maintaining them.

​W3C and WCAG​ 2.0 provide technical guidelines and examples for what web accessibility should be.

The Web Accessibility Standards (WAS) provide a plain English checklist for how to make your website accessible.