Accessibility is the process of designing products and services for people who experience disabilities, and removing barriers that might prevent people with disabilities from using those products and services.
At Clique, we believe accessibility is one part of our commitment to inclusion.
From our inclusion statement:
Clique strives to be an inclusive place for anyone committed to doing great work. We take a proactive approach to foster a workplace that is inclusive, not only in word, but in action. All of our work is a reflection of that commitment, from the clients we work with, to the people we hire and promote.
We recognize that none of us are experts in the experience of one another and commit to doing the work of supporting and promoting the voices of people with marginalized and underrepresented identities, and making sure their perspectives are represented in our work. We know that differences = strengths.
We believe we must all strive toward inclusion as part of our commitment to helping address systemic injustice and improving the communities we belong to. Constantly working towards being a more inclusive place to work makes us a stronger, smarter, and happier team.
We are committed to removing barriers to access in the work we deliver, and our own website is no different.
To help make our own website inclusive of everyone, we adhere to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1. These guidelines are the industry standard for how to make web content more accessible to people with disabilities and more user friendly for everyone. These guidelines have three levels of accessibility (A, AA, AAA), and we’ve chosen to meet—and in some cases exceed—the AA guidelines.
If you find yourself unable to use an aspect of our website for some reason, don’t hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or use our contact form.