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Today, Over 90% of Websites Are Not ADA and WCAG Compliant.

That means people with disabilities are struggling to use your website. Did you know that over one billion people worldwide have a disability? That's three times the population of the United States and 33 times the population of Texas.

Making your website accessible can be a game changer for your business. People with disabilities have a $500 billion dollars purchasing power. Your business can make up to 50% more revenue than competitors who are not accessible.

Ignoring this community is costing you money! It's also exposing your business to discrimination lawsuits.

The web, the way it should be What Exactly is ADA and WCAG Compliance?.

If you aren't familiar with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) or Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), there’s a high likelihood that your website is limiting your business growth.

The (WCAG) defines how to make Web content more accessible to people with visual, auditory, physical, speech, cognitive, language, learning and neurological disabilities.

That's because nearly 20% of the world’s population has a disability. That's over one billion people who could be interacting with your content, ordering your products, or paying for your services on a regular basis.

+1Billion Users

The Advantage of Accessibility.

As we speak, leading businesses throughout every industry are investing in accessibility. Here's why:

  • 20% more potential customers and clients
  • Decreased website bounce rates
  • Reduced likelihood of accessibility lawsuits
  • More conversions through a friendlier user experience (UX)
  • Clearer and more memorable branding
  • And more

These key benefits drive faster growth and increased profits for your business. All the while, you can feel good about having a more inclusive digital presence.

Three Ways You Can Work With Me. What brings you here today?

I Need Help With Custom Website Development

If you are looking for a done-for-you website development service, I build stunning websites made for people of all abilities.

Build My Website

I Need Help With Web Accessibility Training

For businesses with internal web developers, I provide 360° training on designing, and building accessible websites.

Train My Team

Learn Accessibility With UX Design & Web Dev Courses

If you are a freelancer, UX designer, or web developer, my courses cover the need-to-know behind an accessible digital presence.

Learn Accessibility
Don't Just Take My Word for It

Testimonials from Real People - Here's What Others Are Saying

Ryan Halpner

Senior Producer
PIX11, New York

I had never met someone so devoted to his work. Alfredo is on a constant journey to evolve his craft through knowledge, and it's refreshing to see. His research-driven approach to web development and UX Design allows him to come up with ingenious solutions, which is like magic to me!

Gabe Vasquez

Global Marketing Leader
World Education Services, New York

Alfredo's skill at developing Wordpress sites that are both modern, user friendly, and accessible is absolutely top-notch. I had the pleasure of working with, Alfredo during our time together at World Education Services. Whenever I have a need for website development or accessibility support, Alfredo is always my go-to expert. You won't find a better person that truly cares about your goals and supporting your success.

Dawn Davidson

Senior Marketing Manager
Goodwill Central Texas

Blue Beacon has been instrumental in helping our organization modernize our infrastructure with a keen eye toward accessibility, which is a key factor in reaching our target audience. It's been a great relief knowing that our site is in the best hands.

Don't know where to begin with accessibility?

Schedule a discovery call with me to chat about your goals, and I'll show you how I can help.

Frequently Asked Questions

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You can leave a message on the live chat, and I'll get back to you as soon as I'm online again -- we all gotta sleep after all, right?

Yes and no. I can collaborate with you consistently for weeks, even years, but only as an independent contractor. You can still think of it as full-time, aside from the engagement terms.

I prefer working alone on small to medium-sized projects, but I have a backup team for large projects that require a bigger team, so deadlines are met and budgets are kept.

Your information is safe with me. If I'm going to work on your project, both of us will sign an agreement to keep it confidential. And if I bring anybody else in on it, they have to sign one too.