At Finder, we’re committed to helping the widest possible audience make better financial decisions through content that’s inclusive and accessible. Our ongoing goal is to remove barriers from the start through inclusive language and functionality, including products, tools and services.
Finder is working to comply to the four principles of functional accessibility as described by WCAG 2.0 to the best of our abilities and technology:
- Perceivable. Helps visitors see and hear our content — elements like alt text, closed captioning, accessible visual contrasting and instructional copy that doesn’t rely on color.
- Operable. Helps visitors interact with our content — clean content hierarchy, descriptive links that make sense out of context, time enough or overrides to make decisions, limited flashing content, keyboard inputs for clicking, swiping or tapping.
- Understandable. Helps visitors understand our content — plain language, clear directions and error messages, predictable conventions, consistent navigation and experience.
- Robust. Helps visitors adapt our content to new technology — SEO elements that make pages easy to find, conformity with assistive technology, adaptability to screen size and mobile.
We routinely evaluate our content and test our pages to identify accessibility issues and address where we can improve. We will update this page as our accessibility program evolves.