monday.com is committed to making our platform as inclusive and accessible as possible to people with diverse abilities, particularly to people who rely on a wide range of assistive technologies.
To read all about our accessibility goals and main areas of focus, please refer to our full accessibility statement.
We are in the process of making our platform accessible and compliant with international standards such as the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 level AA. We are currently working on making our platform accessible by making boards and other core building blocks of monday.com compatible with major assistive technologies such as JAWS and NVDA screen readers for Windows, VoiceOver for MacOS, Magnifying software such as ZoomText, Braille Display, and more.
These are the main areas we’re focusing on: keyboard-friendly interfaces, screen reader navigation, focus visibility, sufficient color contrasts, dark and high contrast themes, and distinguishable font sizes.
As part of our ongoing process, we empower our employees to become accessibility champions, communicate with users with a wide range of abilities to receive and implement their feedback and integrate accessibility into regular development & design processes. Our first mission is to allow people with a wide range of abilities to consume content, easily navigate, and complete core workflows.
The monday.com website is open to the public and does not require signing up. On our website, we are continuously aiming to meet the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 Level AA.
Our efforts, designed to improve the user experience of users with a wide range of abilities, including the following elements:
- Screen reader compatibility : We have created a site that works well with different screen readers, allowing users to consume the same content in an audio format rather than text.
- Keyboard navigation: All menus, buttons, and forms are accessible from the keyboard. Use the Tab key to navigate forward and Shift + Tab to navigate backward.
- Skip to content: Keyboard users may bypass repetitive elements at the top of each page by immediately tabbing to the first interactive item: a “Skip to Main Content” link. This allows users to jump to the main section of the current page.
- Images: We have applied descriptive alternative text to images throughout the website (and images of text) and hidden decorative images from screen readers.
- Headings: We have used clear headings to communicate the organization of the content on the page and to help screen reader users to navigate the page content.
- Links: We have provided descriptive link texts so users can easily understand their purpose and where they lead.
- Use of ARIA: We used Accessible Rich Internet Applications (ARIA) to make our Web content more accessible to people with a wide range of abilities. ARIA helps in particular when the website provides dynamic content and advanced user interface controls.
- Visual Design: All pages and content may be enlarged using standard browser controls or screen magnification software. Text on pages is designed to have sufficient contrast with its background.
If you have any questions, please reach out to our team right here. We’re available 24/7 and happy to help.