WashingtonRise is focused on giving a site that is available to the widest group of internet users. To ensure this policy, we work with an independent team to constantly survey and check our website. We also abide as close as possible to the WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines), distributed by the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium). These guidelines explain the way to create web content accessible for individuals with incapacities. Agreement to these rules will enable us to provide a website that is easy to use to everyone.
WashingtonRise is committed to give the best web experience to all users visiting our website. For instance, we attempt to give:
Transcripts to allow hearing disabled visitors to access our website
text for existing images to grant readers and those with vision
impairments to analyze and understand valuable images.
- Text that can be amplified utilizing standard web browser controls. Sound-related and graphical CAPTCHA to give additional options to access this information
If you have suggestions and or comments to improve the accessibility of our website, you can get in touch with us by using the contact us page. The feedback you provide will enable us to make enhancements.