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Accessibility Statement

In order to improve equitability, Common Ritual provides as many alternative navigation solutions and happy experiences to our website for our customers as possible.


This is achievable by meeting the requirements of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 Level AA (WCAG 2.1 AA). As advocates for marginalized communities, we want to show that equity and accessibility are possible and preferable.


Examples of implemented accessible universal design: 

  • Heading and button definitions for screen reader users to understand important wayfinding and information.

  • Clear hyperlinks for easy access to additional information connected to the highlighted word.

  • Strategically added and purposeful alt-tag image descriptions for screen reader users to understand and enjoy images.

  • Created a design grid that places content in grouped areas and in sequential order for easy scrolling with magnification.

  • Did not juxtapose the size of the text to an extreme so that magnification and keyboard-only users do not find it intense.

  • Used high color contrast in page designs for the visually impaired and color blind to limit eye strain.

A symbolic illustration story of a wheat farm on a whiskey distiller's land.

Need us to fix an accessibility feature?

Sites need constant monitoring and updating to keep up with accessibility third-party tool hardware and software updates. As well as users' individual preferences. We will always listen and respond to those who contact us via our contact form.

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