It has been said that one plugin can solve all the accessibility barriers on one website. This claim is a dream come true for businesses that want to be inclusive and avoid a lawsuit. In comparison to audits and implementation…
Join us for our Intro to Disability, Access, and Inclusion Training Session
We at Wandke Consulting are excited to announce Introduction to Disability, Access, and Inclusion. We will be presenting our all-inclusive, educational, and accessible online training–live–Thursday, March 10, 2022, at 10 am PST. In this ninety-minute seminar, we will present an…
Convenience Turned Independence: Top 5 Mainstream Devices that Benefit the Disability Community
Convenience is a human desire; we like when things are simple and easy to do. The key to ease a consumer’s daily workload is to incorporate convenience into the design of goods and services. There’s no doubt about it, convenience…
Top Designs for the Disability Community that Benefit Everyone
Disability drives innovation. “When we design for disability first, we often stumble upon solutions that are not only inclusive but also are often better than when we design for the norm.” ~ Elise Roy, disability rights lawyer and design thinker…
Why Self-Employment is a Good Option
October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM)! Despite there being many amazing pieces of assistive technology that empower many with disabilities to work, as well as, laws that protect a disabled person from discrimination in the workplace, accessibility and…
How Max Higbee Promotes Recreation for All in Whatcom County.
Outdoor recreation is often inaccessible to people with disabilities, but advocates like Kait are determined to break down barriers.
How Kenny Salvini Started A Movement For Wheelchair Users In The Pacific Northwest.
Kenny Salvini is a beacon of positivity for people with disabilities across the Pacific Northwest through his nonprofit The Here and Now Project. Kenny’s vision is to for people with disabilities to create representation for each other.
What Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) Means to Daman Wandke
As an individual with a disability, I have first-hand experience of how inaccessible the world has been and continues to be. There is a need for more awareness of accessibility and inclusion. Disability is not the barrier; it is the…
Global Accessibility Awareness Day
The disability community is an untapped market often overlooked in the development process. Websites and apps are the face of most services today. Despite this, people with disabilities continue to not have the same access as the general population.
Top Five (5) Ways to be Involved in Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD)
We advocate for accessibility and inclusion to be implemented into design. In honor of Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD), we will highlight five ways you can help create an accessible online space and make the world better for everyone.