We at Kindful believe in access to knowledge, no matter what sort of barrier a user may face. Our accessibility team recently made improvements to our public donation pages to make it easier for those with disabilities to donate to a charity.
We have more labels on user input fields to make it easier to find things and to use fewer keystrokes in getting around our public donation pages.
We’ve added improved alternative text to images throughout our public donation pages to make the content and function of images accessible to those with visual or cognitive disabilities. We’ve also tested our site for issues where low contrast presents a barrier and will continue to make adjustments where needed.
Partial conformance where full accessibility isn’t possible
Some of the pages on our public donation pages may not conform fully to existing accessibility standards. Partial conformance may occur where a third party is providing non-conforming content. An example is Kindful’s integration of Google’s “Captcha” feature, used to enhance security and prevent fraudulent charges. We’ll continue to work with third parties in order to make their content fully accessible.
To increase accessibility of our services and products to everyone, we’re committed to following the evolving accessibility standards and will continue to upgrade our donation pages as necessary.
We’re continuing to design Kindful towards accessibility for all users in navigating, seeing, understanding, and interacting with a public donation page.
We want impaired users to contribute to making our site better for all. If you find something on our public donation pages is not accessible, we welcome your questions and suggestions.
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