Accessibility statement

Being genuinely welcoming and inclusive is important to us.

WCAG comformance

At Easy Surf, we strive to meet level AA comformance with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.2. To achieve this comformance level, our Accessibility Specialist audited our website and fixed accessibility issues. She plans to maintain this level of conformance on all future website updates.

We also tested our website with our diverse community of Accessibility Consultants who identify as having a disability (or many). This helped us find issues we may have missed and improvements we wouldn't have thought of. It also made our process genuinely inclusive to people with disabilities. Our Accessibility Consultants cover a wide range of perspectives and assistive technologies.

A shot from behind Laetitia in Easy Surf’s home office. She’s sitting at her desk and auditing a website with her automated accessibility tool. She’s wearing a white t-shirt, and her long dark-blonde hair is in a pony tail.

Auditing

Our Accessibility Specialist audited our website using AxeDevTools Pro as her main tool. For the remaining success criteria not included in the automated and semi-automated tests, she manually audited according to level AA of the WCAG 2.2 guidelines.

Testing

Our Accessibility Specialist conducted quality assurance tests with VoiceOver, Voice Control, and her keyboard. Our community of Accessibility Consultants also conducted usability tests from their unique perspectives and wide breadth of assistive technologies.

Perspectives

  • Blind
  • Low vision
  • Mobility disability
  • Cognitive disability

Assistive technologies

  • Screen readers
  • Magnification
  • Alternative navigation
  • Display settings
A shot from behind Noah in Easy Surf’s home office. He’s sitting in his desk chair and testing a page with is headmouse and speech recognition software. He’s wearing a white t-shirt and has dark brown, shoulder-length hair.
A woman surfing with ease on a small wave. She's practicing her cross-step on her longboard.

Help us be better

We believe there’s always room for improvements—whether it’s from an accessibility or usability standpoint. Please get in touch with us if you have a suggestion or run into an issue.