1. 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.

  2. The road ahead: 2014

    Written by on January 6, 2014 in News, Understanding accessibility

    I couldn’t put my finger on what was missing in our work until these three things happened all at once: we dove deep into the process of redesigning our web site and brand identity, reviewed 2013 successes and failures, and started planning for 2014. Doing all of that work forced us to ask questions about who we are and what we believe in.

  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. What do YOU want to know about accessibility?

    Written by on January 29, 2013 in Understanding accessibility

    As teachers, we are always on the hunt for more insight into what people want to know more about — in part, to see what the current state of industry understanding is about accessibility and how we might help everyone create more accessible sites and applications. What better way than to ask? Here’s the results of some recent research and a clear question–what do you want to know more about?

  5. 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.

  6. 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.