Last updated August 11, 2023
This statement outlines the accessibility policy of the VideoWorkers website (https://videoworkers.com) and establishes its overall level of accessibility, in alignment with applicable standards and regulations.
VideoWorkers firmly believes that everyone – irrespective of their abilities – deserves equal access to technology. We firmly advocate for an open-source approach that results in enhanced and seamless experiences for all users, including those with disabilities.
That’s why we strive to hold the user experience to the highest standard of inclusivity and make our services and digital communications accessible for as many users and devices as possible.
In the context of this Policy, the term “accessible” refers to the provision of equal opportunities for individuals with disabilities to acquire the same information, benefit from the same services, and engage in the same interactions as individuals without disabilities.
VideoWorkers endeavors to comply with all guidelines and standards in the ETSI EN 301 549 – V2.1.2 – Accessibility requirements for ICT products and services and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) version 2.1 at Level AA conformance.
These guidelines outline the methods for enhancing the accessibility and usability of web content for people with disabilities.
VideoWorkers is partially compliant with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 at Level AA, and we consistently strive to make improvements to achieve full compliance.
We are aware of some accessibility limitations including, but not limited to, low color contrast for some content, missing form labels, missing or insufficiently described alt text for some images, and inappropriate markup for some headings.
VideoWorkers places great emphasis on the design, development, and rigorous testing of our website and online services in order to enhance and strengthen our digital accessibility program and capabilities.
What We’re Doing to Improve Accessibility
We employ the following practices to ensure accessibility:
- Providing guidance to all staff members on using accessible language and creating accessible content
- Periodic scanning and testing of our website
- Allocating dedicated resources to address the remediation and improvement of accessibility
- Relying on an accessibility expert for consultation and monitoring purposes
- Seeking new ways to improve the accessibility and usability of our website
If you would like further information about VideoWorkers’ accessibility efforts, encounter accessibility issues, or have other accessibility inquiries, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also contact us if you need any information from our website in an alternative format, such as large print, audio recording, braille, or accessible PDF.
We will carefully consider your request and get back to you within the shortest possible time frame.