Accessibility in Mind
We want everyone interested to be able to enjoy Where the Wild Things Were, which is why accessibility is extremely important for this resource. The geosciences (including paleontology) are considered by many to be a very inaccessible field to individuals with disabilities. This means that geoscience research, education, and outreach is missing a richness of conversations, opinions, approaches, dreams, interpretations, styles, topics, and stories. To make Where the Wild Things Were more accessible to users with physical disabilities, we have followed Web Content Accessibility Guidelines to include colorblind-friendly color schemes, visually-accessible fonts, alternative text, and video captions throughout. Making Where the Wild Things Were accessible is important for content quality and for including everyone who is interested to learn about and engage with paleontology and conservation. If you have questions or constructive comments about Where the Wild Things Were and accessibility, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.