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Experience Learning Too Accessibility Statement

Experience Learning Too Limited is a trading name of Pat Godfrey. Both Experience Learning Too and Pat Godfrey aim to provide an accessible, usable, learnable, and useful website and welcome your comments toward improving its accessibility.


The Experience Learning Too website endeavours to meet at least WCAG 2.0 (Level AA) with the caveat that Pat Godfrey is a User Experience designer and not a "Web Developer" or "User Interface Engineer".

Pat Godfrey welcomes your feedback on your experience of the accessibility and usability of this website by telephone, email, or Facebook Comments. Pat is keen to Experience Learning Too!

Plug Ins and Frameworks

Some scripting plug-ins and frameworks have been adopted in the building of the Experience Learning Too website. Where possible, these either already comply with WCAG AA recommendations, or have an alternative information access channel or strategy attached to them.

Content dependent on JavaScript for its rendering in the browser is either available directly without the script, or has its content linked to it when JavaScript is not enabled.

Content created by CSS pseudo-classes is restricted to information or instruction already available should CSS not display.

Some Accessibility Features of this Website

Accessibility Strategies:
Strategy Detail
JavaScript Information rendered using JavaScript is rendered or made available when JavaScript is turned off.
CSS Information created by CSS pseudo classes is not essential to the website when CSS is replaced or disabled.

Links are written and styled with accessibility in mind:

  • Links have meaning when read in isolation and have an indication of their action in their description or title.
  • Link visual outlines that are disabled by CSS are available when CSS is replaced or turned off. The website 'user' should be able to navigate pages using links or headings alone. Read the "Writing for UX: Click Here?" article on this website for more on accessible link writing.
Contrast and Readability
  • Content text sizes and most user interface components use relative units to enable you to resize the text or screen scale to enhance the presentation as you need.
  • Text colours contrast with their backgrounds.
  • Reading Level: the writing tone and "reading age" of this website is aimed at the target audience of User Experience and User Interface professionals and uses language or terms that some users may find difficult to understand. The use of abbreviations and explanatory passages attempts to aid learning.
Forms Form elements that demonstrate strategies and concepts include the fieldset and label HTML tags. Label elements have a for="element ID" attribute.

Every effort has been made to ensure that this website is responsive, or adaptive between viewports of under 350 pixels width to "infinite" width and that it works in most available modern browsers and devices. Read the "Fluid Responsive Design Philosophy" article on this website for more on responsive and "mobile first" design.

WAI-ARIA landmark roles and controls At times, non-semantic elements are scripted on this website to act as buttons firing show and hide panel events. These are given ARIA attributes to aid their accessibility and logically scripted to indicate when the corresponding content is displayed or hidden.
Images and Video Images and illustrations that are intended to carry meaning are given an alternate text, contained in a element, or given a longdesc link to alternate content.


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