1. Aprés-GAAD: how we spent our Global Accessibility Awareness Day

    Written by on June 9, 2016 in News

    Our global team spent GAAD 2016 generating homegrown awareness in our various locales around the world. Our reports will continue to flow in over the next several weeks, but here’s how a few of Simply Accessible’s team members spent their Global Accessibility Awareness Day.

  2. 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.

  3. 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?

  4. What inclusive means to us: Global Accessibility Awareness Day

    Written by on May 15, 2014 in News, Understanding accessibility

    Hoping to increase awareness for accessibility, I posted this note over on FaceBook—to try and reach out to a different audience than the technology industry.

  5. GAAD: Carrots, sticks, and accessibility in Japan

    Written by on May 8, 2013 in Understanding accessibility

    With Braille support and wheelchair accommodations prevalent in every major city, inclusive and people-centered design seems to be a way of life in Japan.

  6. GAAD: Inclusive education and the Samoa experience

    Written by on in Understanding accessibility

    It doesn’t really matter whether we’re discussing children or adults; it doesn’t matter whether we’re talking about access in Samoa or in your own country: accessibility is the same everywhere you go.

  7. Around the world with Simply Accessible: Global Accessibility Awareness Day

    Written by on May 2, 2013 in News

    Every year for a single night, billions of people come together to celebrate as they ring in the start of another new year. They even cheer when the clock chimes to mark the midnight hour in different time zones across the world. Why is that? For all our differences, we are the same, that’s why.