1. We’re not just agog at her goggles: meet Elle Waters

    Written by on March 11, 2013 in News

    Our team grew in 2012 and we added an ace to our team. Introducing our newest team member: Elle Waters.

  2. Web accessibility lessons from Indiana Jones

    Written by on March 8, 2013 in Understanding accessibility

    Learn an important accessibility lesson from Indiana Jones: when you take something in an interface away, you need to replace it with something that serves the same purpose just as well, or even better.

  3. Upcoming web accessibility training and events

    Written by on February 25, 2013 in News

    Here’s an upcoming list of conferences we’re speaking at, workshops we’re delivering and virtual seminars that the Simply Accessible team is getting ready for the first part of 2013.

  4. Groovin’ with Groves

    Written by on September 27, 2012 in News

    Karl Groves Joins the Simply Accessible Team

  5. Web Accessibility: transitions and process

    Written by on July 16, 2012 in Understanding accessibility

    Last week we had the privilege of speaking at John Slatin AccessU in Austin, Texas. I gave presentations in both the Design & Usability track and the Development track, but the reality was that most people that attended sessions had a very diverse background. In the Designing Interactions talk (which was in the Development track) […]

  6. How to ensure you pay more for web accessibility than you should

    Written by on June 13, 2012 in Understanding accessibility

    Accessibility doesn’t have to cost a lot, but here are some sure-fire methods to ensure that you pay more than you need to.

  7. Blindfolded

    Written by on June 4, 2012 in Understanding accessibility

    Sometimes we’re blindfolded, even to our own actions.

  8. Awareness

    Written by on May 9, 2012 in Understanding accessibility

    Disability and the concept of accessibility can be confusing. Awkward. Uncomfortable. The first step to true understanding is usually awareness. Awareness helps you get over those feelings: awareness that issues exist, awareness that there are solutions to those issues, and awareness that what we do as web professionals can have a profound impact on someone else’s life.

  9. One step at a time

    Written by on May 2, 2012 in Understanding accessibility

    We often get asked about how we integrate accessibility into our processes. It’s fairly straightforward for us, because we’re already doing it. But what about people that want to start adding accessibility into their mix? How should they go about adding in pieces? One Step at a Time.

  10. Five stages of accessibility

    Written by on November 11, 2011 in Top posts, Understanding accessibility

    Organizations grow over time. Their understanding of accessibility and their attitude towards it change too. Have you seen these five stages of accessibility where you work?