It is important that the web is accessible to everyone. In this page I document what I do to make sure this website is accessible.
This website is designed to be usable according to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. I also try to keep this website as simple as possible to create a pleasant experience and to avoid complexity.
However, this is not a guarantee that this website is accessible. It is not actively tested by a diverse group of people due to there not being enough budget. To improve this website's accessibility, I rely on my own experience, guidance from the web community and informal feedback from users.
I am actively trying to improve my writing skills. This website is where I practice. My goal is to write so that people who have a B1 level of English in the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) can read and understand my written work. A B1 level of English is similar to a 4.0 - 5.0 IELTS score or 42 - 72 TOEFL iBT score.