Accessibility Statement

Techjury values reaching people far and wide from all walks of life through user-friendly experiences. We make our content digitally accessible and enjoyable for everyone, regardless of disability status. This accessibility statement explains our efforts to improve our website’s accessibility in our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Reasonable Accommodations

If you need reasonable accommodations to access Techjury’s features and services, visit our Contact Us page to provide information about how we can accommodate your concerns. Kindly include your name and contact details so we can promptly call or send you an e-mail about your request as soon as possible.

Online Accessibility

Techjury prioritizes friendly and accessible digital experiences for our readers. We strive to provide accessible content through accessible keyboard navigation, clear and consistent layout, improved text readability, and descriptive links.

If you have a disability and facing accessibility issues within the site or our products and services, kindly send us an email at [email protected]. Kindly include details about the problem in the email, such as the link to the product or service. Personal recommendations on how we can accommodate you are also appreciated.

With the internet’s endless possibilities for collaboration, some of our content may contain links that lead to other websites. If you face issues with these links, kindly address your concern directly to the external website. Techjury cannot make representations about the accessibility of external websites and remediate barriers to accessibility on such.

Ongoing Improvements

Techjury conducts regular audits to identify accessibility issues within the website and address them appropriately. Techjury makes regular improvements to content to address accessibility issues with our goal of delivering a friendly and informative experience to every user that visits us.

As we strive to improve the accessibility features of our website, we aim to meet the highest standards of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 set forth by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).If you have questions or recommendations about our accessibility support services at Techjury, kindly contact [email protected].