I use my 21 years of Web development experience to build accessible sites for tech companies, associations, non-profits and small businesses, blending professional design and adherence to Web design standards to deliver measurable business results.
You’ve probably heard that it’s important to have an accessible website. But what does that mean? Is it worth it? Will your organization get sued if your website is not accessible? Which guidelines apply to you and which can you ignore? There are two reasons why you should have a website that follows the WCAG 2.0 standards: 1) You will protect your organization from litigation and, 2) You will be able to offer your products and services to more people.
Are you a Web site owner? Do you have a website that not only needs to be compliant, but is in desperate need of a facelift, as it has not been updated since 2008? Call me at 508-768-8418 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a free 30-minute phone consultation. I will have a look at your existing Web site and let you know how I can help you make it accessible to more people.