While we cannot guarantee that all the features and functions of our Site will be fully accessible by all people with disabilities, we are committed to making the web experience available to all our customers, including those with disabilities, and have designed this Site with accessibility in mind. You can help. If you notice any content, feature or functionality of the Site that is not accessible to people with disabilities, please email us at email@example.com with the words "Disabled Access" in the subject line and provide a description of the specific feature you feel is not accessible or a suggestion for improvement. We can’t promise that we’ll make the changes you suggest, but we can assure you that we take your input seriously and will consider it as we evaluate ways to accommodate all of our customers and our overall accessibility policies.
Steps we've taken to improve accessibility
Here are some of the items we've addressed to make sure our sites are as easy to use as possible for everyone:
- Site Structure We use appropriate headings, lists, paragraphs and other formatting features on our site so that users can easily navigate the site with assistive technology.
- Text Equivalents People who either can't see images or hear audio may need some form of a text equivalent to interact with our sites. We are working to ensure all of our images and multimedia are fully accessible through alternative text, captions and transcripts.
- Full Keyboard Access Everything we build can be accessed using a keyboard.
- Site Consistency We're consistent in the way we build our sites so that once you understand how our menus and pages work, you can count on our sites to be consistent and function the same way every time you interact with them.