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Atlassian Accessibility

Atlassian’s mission is to help unleash the potential of every team and that means unleashing the potential of every team member. To do this, we are investing in four key areas:

  • People: invest in the people, expertise and relationships to accelerate Accessibility
  • Platforms: build the infrastructure to help internal and external teams create Accessible solutions
  • Products: make Atlassian experiences fully Accessible and easier for everyone to use
  • Practices: integrate Accessibility into the way every Atlassian employee does their work

Overview of the Accessibility Program

We are just beginning our journey to make Atlassian’s products accessible. Our journey will pass through several phases. We are currently working to address any critical issues that block key user journeys. We will then focus on achieving conformance with WCAG 2.2 AA across each product, and that work will blend into the work to deliver highly usable experiences for people living with disability. In parallel, we will be changing the way we work so each team considers accessibility as a natural part of our design and engineering lifecycle.

The following video provides an overview of how we are changing our philosophy, our approach, and the way we invest.

Recommended Technology

We test our software using a variety of screen readers and browsers. We've found the following combinations provide the most accessible experience when using our products:

Reporting Accessibility Issues

If you encounter an issue with one of our products, please let us know by emailing a11y@atlassian.com

Once your submission has been received it will be reviewed and appropriate actions taken. For our backlog of known accessibility issues being tracked for remediation please visit https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/

Product VPAT documents

The following Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) documents describe the level of support each product offers for specific WCAG 2.1 AA criteria. These VPATs are required by Section 508 of the U.S. Rehabilitation Act to provide procurement officers with data to compare the level of relative accessibility between competing solutions.

Cloud products

Server and Data Center products