Note: Roasting Room is committed to making its website accessible to all users, including those with disabilities. However, at present, our website is not fully accessibility optimized. We are actively working on improving its accessibility to ensure a better user experience for all visitors.
Our Commitment to Accessibility
Roasting Room is dedicated to providing equal access and opportunities to all users, regardless of disability. We understand the importance of web accessibility and are taking steps to enhance our website’s usability, readability, and overall accessibility.
Current Accessibility Challenges
As of now, our website may have certain accessibility challenges, including:
- Inconsistent use of alternative text for images.
- Limited keyboard navigation and focus indicators.
- Absence of ARIA landmarks and labels.
- Non-optimized forms and interactive elements.
Ongoing Accessibility Initiatives
We are actively working to address these accessibility issues and improve the overall accessibility of our website. Our ongoing initiatives include:
- Conducting regular accessibility assessments and audits.
- Collaborating with accessibility experts to implement best practices.
- Training our development team in accessible web design and development.
- Prioritizing the correction of accessibility issues in our web development roadmap.
We value your input and feedback. If you encounter any accessibility barriers or have suggestions for improving the accessibility of our website, please contact us at:
Bluffton, SC, 29910
Our goal is to achieve and maintain a high level of accessibility on our website. We are committed to ensuring that all users, including those with disabilities, can access and use our website effectively.
We will regularly update this Accessibility Statement to reflect our progress and any changes made to improve website accessibility.
For further information on web accessibility and best practices, we recommend referring to resources such as the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) published by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).