1. Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2016, Simply Accessible edition (part 3!)

    Written by on May 19, 2016 in News, Understanding accessibility

    Our worldwide tour of Simply Accessible’s international team takes us to the Pacific Coast and beyond as we celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2016.

  2. Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2016, SA Edition (part 2!)

    Written by on in News, Understanding accessibility

    It’s Global Accessibility Awareness Day! Follow along as our team generates homegrown accessibility awareness all around the world. How are you celebrating GAAD 2016 today?

  3. Accessibility is…?

    Written by on May 11, 2015 in Understanding accessibility

    Our first poll was a simple fill-in-the-blank: “Accessibility is…” What does accessibility mean to you? How do you define it for yourself?

  4. Balance Awareness Week: iOS8 & vestibular disorders

    Written by on September 30, 2014 in Understanding accessibility

    Motion, parallax and animations on the web can actually make people feel nauseous, dizzy, or even give them a headache. For someone with Vestibular issues, the effect can be much worse, and considered painful even. As designers and developers, what can we do?

  5. Blindfolded

    Written by on June 4, 2012 in Understanding accessibility

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

  6. 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.