1. Julie Grundy wants to unlock the internet for everyone

    Written by on August 4, 2016 in News

    Here at Simply Accessible, while most of the Western Hemisphere team is asleep, the accessibility boat keeps cruising forward thanks to our cheerful Australian Accessibility Consultant, Julie Grundy.

  2. Passion in action: for Scott Vinkle, accessibility is a verb

    Written by on June 30, 2016 in News

    Meet Scott Vinkle—man of action, and the most recent addition to Simply Accessible’s assessment and development team.

  3. Love letters, part two: a post-retreat retrospective

    Written by on March 8, 2016 in News

    The Simply Accessible team is back from our retreat in central Florida. We’re inspired and energized—ready to take everything we’ve learned to build a digital world for everyone.

  4. Better for accessibility

    Written by on January 21, 2011 in Development, Top posts

    You may have heard that display:none is bad for accessibility and that you should use off-left positioning instead. It isn’t about using display: none; or off-left positioning. It isn’t just about screen reader users. It’s about making an interface work for everyone with efficient keyboard access for everyone that needs it—sighted or not.

  5. WCAG 2.0: beyond web content

    Written by on November 9, 2010 in Understanding accessibility

    Even though WCAG 2.0 isn’t designed to be used beyond web content, its technology agnostic nature and foundation in user needs means that we can use it as a tool for assessing iPhone/iPad apps, desktop apps and more.