1. It IS rocket science

    Written by on November 10, 2016 in Agile, Business

    Whether it’s traveling to Mars or staying competitive in our industry, we need velocity and maximum efficiency to get there. In this post, Charles Callistro shares his observations on how the concept behind the Photonic Railway applies effectively to the workplace.

  2. Ecommerce and accessibility: Do the Woo podcast interview with Devon Persing

    Written by on July 14, 2016 in Business, Understanding accessibility

    Devon was a guest this week on Bob Dunn’s Do the Woo podcast for WooCommerce online store owners. Devon brought her down-to-earth and holistic perspective about integrating accessibility into ecommerce sites, and both the challenges and opportunities that await folks building purchase path experiences for their users.

  3. Accessibility is everyone’s job: a role-based model for teams

    Written by on June 16, 2016 in Business, Content, Design, Development, Testing, Understanding accessibility, UX

    In order for projects to be truly accessible, the whole team needs to collaborate. But, who does what? In this post, Mark helps us unpack how each role can contribute to making something that works for everyone.

  4. Accessibility’s new chapter: a report from AccessU 2016

    Written by on June 2, 2016 in Business, News, Understanding accessibility

    Devon and Elle presented at the annual John Slatin AccessU conference last month. Devon reports back on an exciting culture shift unfolding in the accessibility community.

  5. Accessibility: Why I got into this and why I’m still here

    Written by on February 25, 2016 in Business, Understanding accessibility

    My manager asked me to make the company’s website accessible to people with disabilities. And when I realized how artificial yet systemic the barriers were that prevented this website from being fully accessible, a lifetime accessibility zealot was born.