As you may be aware, the federal government has updated its requirements of accessibility, which especially affects any of our web content:
Basically, the new standard points to WCAG 2.0.
Before I go any further, I do want to say that I really appreciate this service. The feeds you provide are sleek and the management tool is easy-to-use.
Unfortunately, I have only had time to review the "Tall Photo" theme that only pulls Instagram posts, but I do have some items that would improve that particular theme's accessibility.
If you use a keyboard to attempt to navigate the feed, it's difficult to determine your current location. Once you are past the top, social-media icons, the current focus hits many hidden items.
Using a screen reader, such as VoiceOver for OS X, to navigate this theme is a bit difficult. Currently, each post in the feed has five items the screen reader attempts to read to the user:
I don't believe improving the navigation via screen reader is quite as simple of a task, but some of the ideas listed below each item above may be a good start.
While abiding by this mandate is necessary for our team, it also leads to a more inclusive web that accommodates more individuals. If you have any questions or want any follow-up, just let me know. Thanks!