Accessibility Statement

Adachi Photography remains steadfast in its commitment to ensuring digital accessibility for individuals with disabilities. We continually strive to enhance the user experience for all, adhering to relevant accessibility standards.

Our Ongoing Efforts to Promote Accessibility

In our pursuit of inclusivity, we implement the following measures:

  • HTML Provision: All new content is provided in HTML format, ensuring compatibility with assistive technologies.
  • Alternative Text for Visual Elements: Descriptive alternative text is included for images, charts, and graphs, facilitating comprehension for users who rely on screen readers.
  • Structured Headings: We employ a hierarchical heading structure to facilitate easy navigation through content, enhancing usability for all users.
  • PDF Accessibility: Only PDFs that pass Adobe Acrobatโ€™s accessibility checker are posted, ensuring accessibility for users who require this format.
  • Current Accessibility Standard: Our website conforms to the WCAG 2.0 level AA accessibility standard.

Current Content Accessibility Status

While we strive for comprehensive accessibility, our current content conformance status is as follows:

  • Partially Conformant: Certain areas of our content do not fully conform to the accessibility standard.

Identified Accessibility Challenges

Despite our dedicated efforts, users may encounter the following accessibility issues:

  • PDF Accessibility: We are actively working to remove inaccessible PDFs and replace them with accessible versions.
  • Image Descriptions: Some images may lack alternative text, hindering comprehension for users who rely on text-to-speech software.
  • Video Closed Captions: Certain videos may not feature closed captions, impacting accessibility for individuals with hearing impairments.
  • Multiple Links: Some pages may contain multiple links to the same destination, potentially causing navigation challenges for users with cognitive disabilities.
  • Color Contrast: Certain pages may exhibit color contrast issues, affecting readability for users with visual impairments.

Accessibility Assessment Methods

To monitor and evaluate accessibility, we utilize Siteimprove and conduct internal assessments.

Providing Feedback and Reporting Issues

Adachi Photography welcomes feedback and formal complaints regarding accessibility concerns. If you encounter any difficulties accessing our content or wish to provide feedback, please reach out to us via email at [email protected], call us at 989-673-3422, or complete the form below. Your input is invaluable as we strive to enhance accessibility for all users.

We remain dedicated to fostering an inclusive digital environment where everyone can access and engage with our content seamlessly. Thank you for your continued support and collaboration in our accessibility endeavors.