Accessibility and the Charter - 35 Years Later are We Walking the Talk?

A guarantee means nothing if you don't have the will to sustain it. And while today marks a significant anniversary in our country's history, it should also serve as an…Read more

We Shone the Spotlight on Accessibility; Now Let's Keep it in Permanent Focus

So while we may wrap up our month-long (with a few extra bonus days) blog focus on accessibility, that doesn't mean the issue shouldn't remain top of mind. Unfortunately,…Read more

Inline Form Errors - What They Are and Why they Matter

We’re delighted to share with you a second guest post from Mike Gifford, the president and founder of…Read more

Blue Beanie Day More Relevant Today than Ever

Digital Echidna broke out the blue beanies today to show our support of the annual Blue Beanie Day event!

In its 10th year, Blue Beanie Day is more relevant than…Read more

Drupal 8 - Accessibility Now; Supporting Continued Accessibility in the Future

Because we just couldn’t get enough, we’re going to extend our month-long focus on accessibility for a couple more weeks! After all, there’s so much…Read more

How to Make Your Workplace Inclusive? Just Ask!

Inclusivity isn't an end goal -- it's not just about hiring someone or building an accessible website -- it's a step along a much longer path. But that path doesn't have…Read more

Full Accessibility in Ontario? It's Going to Take a Lot of (Already Delayed) Work

The impending arrival of a key deadline for Ontario's Accessible Employment Standard offers us a perfect opportunity to remember that if we want to reach our 2025…Read more

AODA -- Halfway There but Not Actually Halfway There

One of my favourite sports quotes cam during the 2014 NBA draft, when the Toronto Raptors selected Bruno Caboclo with their first-round selection. To be fair, Caboclo was…Read more

Accessibility for All - Meeting the Needs of our Aging Community

Earlier today I attended a Remembrance Day ceremony, along with a few other Echidnas, at the Cenotaph in London Looking around at the seniors, it reinforced why we need to…Read more

Teaching People that it Should be Hard to Make Life Inaccessible

"It should be hard to make something inaccessible."

That's really it, isn't it?

You wouldn't build structures or create content that excludes people of a…Read more

Shining a Light on Accessibility - The Importance of Being 'Seen'

"I want to be seen in a positive light, rather than not seen at all. I want to be seen as a contributor and I want to be seen for my potential."

It was interesting…Read more