1. World Usability Day 2017: the deep time edition

    Written by on November 8, 2017 in accessibility engagement, Understanding accessibility, UX

    To celebrate this year’s World Usability Day, the team dug back into the annals of history to curate a list of some of the most exciting developments in digital usability since the dawn of time. Join us in celebrating!

  2. How can I do this better?

    Written by on February 14, 2017 in Development, Understanding accessibility

    Nothing makes us happier than knowing there are people out there just as eager as we are when it comes to making the digital world better for everyone.

  3. Flying the accessible skies: reflecting on progress in the airline industry

    Written by on July 7, 2016 in News

    For the last several years, Simply Accessible has been honoured to help several airlines develop their accessibility programs in response to the US Department of Transportation (DOT) ruling to include airline digital content in the Air Carrier Access Act (ACAA). The Phase 1 deadline has passed and we’re proud of how far our clients have come.

  4. Ramps gone wrong: the problem of putting accessibility guidelines ahead of user experience

    Written by on April 27, 2016 in Understanding accessibility, UX

    Mark shares a cringe-worthy but illuminating example of how compliance and guidelines can get in the way of good user experience.

  5. ARIA thunder: why we published a controversial post (and why we’ll probably do it again)

    Written by on April 22, 2016 in Development, Understanding accessibility

    Our post last week about the pitfalls of ARIA tabs pushed some buttons in the accessibility community. This week, Derek responds to the reactions and shares why we felt it was important to publish something that made our readers uncomfortable.

  6. 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.