What We Do…
Over three decades ago, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed to ensure that people with disabilities would have the same opportunities as everyone else. This includes having access to information and resources that are available online.
Making your website compliant and compatible with Assistive Technology (AT) is the right thing to do, but it also opens up your audience to a whole new group of potential customers or donors. By contacting our accessibility consultants and engaging with us, you’ll learn about how your website can be accessible and inclusive to everyone.
Organizations and non-profits must be ADA-compliant. However, ADA compliance is the foundation for access. Accessibility is so much more than compliance. Our accessibility consulting is built to help you foster an inclusive environment for your employees and customers is beneficial for everyone. Become a leader in inclusion by ensuring that your organization, including your website, is accessible and inclusive to everyone, regardless of disability.
We are proud to have helped many organizations and non-profits navigate the waters of ADA compliance as a starter. Click below and have a look at some of the amazing clients (and websites) we’ve worked with along the way.
Meet the Expert
CEO & Founder
Daman Wandke, MBA, has ten years of experience testing Web Accessibility Consulting in the public and private sectors.
As an individual with Cerebral Palsy, Daman has dedicated himself to advocating for disability rights.
Daman provides web accessibility testing and completed numerous training sessions on how to be an ally for the disability community. Beyond this, Wandke also educates students as a disability studies professor at Western Washington University.
In addition to his duties at Wandke Consulting, Daman is greatly involved in serving non-profit organizations. He has been inducted into the Susan M. Daniels Disability Mentoring Hall of Fame. He serves on the Northwest Access Fund Board of Directors, and on the advisory boards for DO-IT at the University of Washington and the National Disability Mentoring Coalition.
Learn more about Daman here.