Accessibility for users with disabilities
There are many issues that make it hard or impossible for people with disabilities to use Freedcamp, both in the app and web versions.
We are a charity run by and for visually impaired people and we have staff who do not use because it is so difficult to navigate with a screenreader. This is jeopardising its viability for us.
I've run automated accessibility checkers on the web pages and found many errors and warnings. Many of these could be very easily fixed. As well as simply being the right thing to do this would:
* reduce the potential of legal action on the basis of discrimination
* increase number of potential customers and usability and hence revenue
The account based nature of Freedcamp makes it tricky to provide full details - you need to run these tests yourselves. But as an example here is a report of the accessibility of the homepage: http://wave.webaim.org/report#/https://freedcamp.com/
As well as running my organisation, I'm a accessibility professional. I'm happy to provide further details and advice through direct correspondence - for free, if it results in a more usable system for my colleagues and others with disabilities.