screenreader support for icons
Icons are used throughout the project, but do not have appropriate descriptive labels. For blind users using a screenreader, icons fall into two categories, decorative and semantic. Some icons are decorative-- they're there to make them pretty for users with sight. Those should be hidden from screenreaders, because they do not fit any purpose when read. Other icons are semantic. They have a literal meaning that is imparted by their presence, and need to have descriptive text accompanying them. Some examples of semantic icons in this project: the cog in the navbar, the magnifying glass button on the search page, and the checkmark boxes on the social media connection page. Some examples of decorative icons in the this project: the icons on the homepage describing the project, and the large icons of social media account types above their actual names.
http://fontawesome.io/accessibility/ Look for icons by searching for 'fa' to find other uses of icons.