Accessible Design & Remediation Services for Nonprofits | DC and Maryland

Accessible design and remediation services for nonprofits who want to increase their reach and revenue

As Seen/Heard On

 

  • U.S. Department of the Interior
  • CreativePro logo.
  • Logo Geek podcast.
  • Just Creative blog.
  • This Design Life blog.
  • Freelancers Union.
  • WP Elevation logo.
  • WP Accessibility Day
  • Chax Chat podcast.
  • Main WP.
  • Agency Trailblazer podcast.
  • Atarim Summit.
  • Design for Geeks show.
  • Smart Web Creators podcast.
  • The SDM Show logo.
  • Nailing It! podcast.
  • Creatives Ignite 2020 logo.
  • Able Tech.

Proven Results

Real results from a few of our clients.

Proven Results

Increase in donations in 3 months
Increase in revenue from an event
Increase in RSVPs

How We Help

Some of Our Clients

  • Several federal and local government agencies
  • Baylor University
  • International Finance Corporation World Bank Group
  • Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
  • Montgomery County, Maryland
  • Endocrine Society
  • Greatheart Consulting
  • Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press

What Clients Are Saying

I first heard about Colleen from trusted colleagues who recommended her as the go-to person for creating accessible websites. After I watched some of her presentations about accessibility, I knew we needed to ask her to quote on building our not-for-profit organisation's new website.

When the director and I met Colleen during the briefing period, we knew we were in the presence of someone who really knew their stuff and who would communicate well with us. We've been delighted with the site.

Colleen's process is very professional. She guided us step by step, gave clear explanations of the technical aspects of the build, and always listened carefully when we had questions or opinions. She provided clear documentation both during and after the process. We really couldn't have asked for more!

I really trust Colleen to deliver what she says she will. It was wonderful to work with someone who understands and delivers quality design, accessibility and website development. And Colleen is a genuinely lovely person with excellent communication skills. Working with her on a website design and development project (something that can be potentially quite stressful) was a wonderful experience.

Jacki K., Imagine More

We’ve been working to make sure all of our materials are fully accessible. We still have a ways to go, but I have learned so much from this process and from working with the experts at Gratzer Graphics to help us take the steps we have taken so far—and to help guide us in the steps we still need to take.

If you don’t know much about accessibility or think that accessibility is primarily in what colors you use, then I encourage you to sign up for their newsletter. Lots of helpful tips and general learning on what accessibility means.

Janai Wallace, Greatheart Consulting

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