We have made sure to make the site as accessible as possible, but we’re always open to improvements, just drop us a line if something could be made better. Some examples of the specific things we have done are:
- The tool that we’re using for the mapping conforms to much of the WCAG 2.0 requirements, including using keyboard shortcuts and font size adjustments (these are listed on the Mind Map Navigation page.
- We performed a number of tests with screen readers to try out what the user experience was like. Users will be advised to change the view to “outline”, this can be done from inside the iFrame embedded into the website.
- All the data is available as downloadable open data in .csv, .ods and .json formats which can be uploaded into external applications such as excel which have additional accessibility options for reading the data offline.
- The site hosts .pdf format output files which can be easily read with a screen reader. These offer a static representation of the MindMeister data (which is represented visually on the site).