I’ve heard every excuse imaginable for why someone doesn’t do more about accessibility. Enough is enough. Accessibility is a civil right, end of story.
Accessibility for all
Accessibility for all is everybody's job. The most cost-effective way to tackle accessibility is to share the responsibility among everyone who works on your website: development,design, testing and content creation. Tenon doesn't just aim to build the best accessibility testing tools on the market. We want to help create accessibile organizations.
- Karl Groves
An unstoppable force for change and thought-leader in an industry regarded for saying "No", I'd rather lead by example in saying "Yes, and here's how...". I seek to offer solutions to complex problems relating to universal usability. Together we can meet both our goals: your business goals and my goals to lead the way in accessible user experience. I have over a decade experience in doing IT consulting for the biggest companies in the world and biggest agencies in the US Government. Widely regarded as a pragmatic solution-finder, my work is cited in nearly a dozen books and used on curricula in Human-Computer Interaction across the globe. I lead by doing, I teach from experience, and I succeed by facilitating others' success. When others say "That can't be done" I show them how.Karl's GitHub profile.Karl's Twitter.Karl's LinkedIn page.