The Offer

Training Your Developers on the Keys to Accessibility

Did you know that over one billion people worldwide have a disability? Through my training, I can help you reach a wider audience than ever before. That means more clients, buyers, and subscribers for your business.

Accessibility training on your schedule. Going Beyond One-Size-Fits-All.

Your business is unique and requires flexibility. By taking a hands-on approach to training either on Zoom or in-person, I give your developers the know-how they need to thrive. Along the way, your team will be in good hands, if I do say so myself.

Here are just a few of the principles I teach:

  • Ensuring ADA and WCAG compliance
  • Strategic color and contrast decisions
  • Proper button and form placement
  • Layouts that work for everyone
  • Keyboard compatible development
  • And more

When your website is user-friendly, the benefits extend to your entire audience as well as those with disabilities. After all, no one likes feeling left out! The positive results will show.

Become an A11Y Advocate. My Training Methodology.

My step-by-step approach to training starts with awareness. I get it… Your developers are eager to get started coding and developing!

But you can lay a solid foundation for your new skills by taking a moment to understand the people who are driving your accessibility initiatives.

Why You Should Train With Me?.

When it comes to your developers, every detail counts. Yes, even that small link in the corner you didn’t think anyone would click…

By zeroing in on the details, using strategies that you can try out right away, and appealing to the whole spectrum of disabilities, our time together goes deeper than catch-all trainings. Throughout the process, your developers will learn exactly how to:

  • Keep your website compliant with confidence
  • How your layout can serve as either a barrier or a bridge
  • Which color and contrast choices prevent eye strain
  • When and Where to use key elements, such as buttons, menus, links, and forms
  • Ways to simplify the user experience
  • Hybrid approaches to accessible web development
  • And more

Throughout the process, I put valuable tools in your development team’s toolbox. Just make sure they’re ready for lively training sessions packed with energy. That’s because accessibility is more than a professional calling for me: it’s a passion.

Start Putting Sustainable Growth within Reach. It's Not Just a Website, it's Your Business.

Before your developers carry out your website upgrade, add a new page, connect with another API, or build your next feature, I encourage you to start with accessibility in mind.

From automotive to zoology and every industry in between, I support the full spectrum of developers. Rest assured, we’ll apply universal principles that work. Say goodbye to that complicated digital presence that feels more like a maze than a website.

As you look for ways to scale your business, don’t miss out on the disabled community. With more skillful developers, you can bring your growth goals to life.

Let's break the mold and do things differently on the internet Embrace Inclusivity

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

I'm located in New York City. I'm available from 10:00AM to 6:00PM Eastern Time, give or take a few hours.

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.