Digital Echidna and Siteimprove Announce Partnership

Siteimprove is a global software-as-a-service company that empowers website editors to continuously test, fix, and optimize the quality of content, and is a…Read more

A Day in the Life - An All-Too-True Hypothetical Look at Accessibility

Let’s take a journey on this Global Accessibility Awareness Day in the hope that we can all see that…Read more

Helping Opportunity’s Knock Be Heard by All

There are a tonne of quotes relating to “opportunity” knocking. Many of them focus on responding to its call, seizing the day, and responding. But, if you’re not…Read more

Ensuring Your Accordion Is In Tune With Your Audience, Content

I’m half French Canadian. I married into a family heavy on Newfoundlanders. And I work in the digital…Read more

Accessibility Can’t Just be Lip Service; Words Must Have Weight

They’re nice words -- but you may hear an echo if you say them because too often they ring hollow in our society.

Today is the…Read more

Putting Accessible Images in Focus

It’s tempting. I get it. Posting a photo to your social media, it would just be so easy to upload and click -- with the obligatory sarcastic comment or attempt at wit…Read more

Tips to Ensure Your Advertising (or Campaign) Sign Doesn’t Effectively Say “Stop”

It’s election season in our hometown of London, ON -- actually, it’s been election season since May 9th (we just seem to go from one [provincial] to…Read more

Remote Control: Helping Employees Feel Included, No Matter Where they Are

From a practical point of view, offering workers the ability to work remotely (or from home) can solve a lot of problems. For people with disabilities, it…Read more

The Many Strengths of Diversity

Today is Canadian Multiculturalism Day and it marks the 30th anniversary of the Read more

Some "Friendly" Advice About Accessibility and Inclusion

Just over a year ago, I wrote about the importance of having…Read more

A New Appreciation for Accessibility

We don’t do this often, but I am going to get personal with this blog post. For the last four years I have been living with an eye disease called…Read more