About us

Incorporated in 2002, The Paciello Group is a world-class accessibility agency, with a reputation for excellence.

Our principals

Our team

Our team has accessibility knowledge and expertise that is unparalleled across the industry. Each person is recognized for their work in their chosen field, and their contribution to the accessibility community.

We’re a member of the W3C, where we’re actively involved in many working groups including those responsible for the HTML5, ARIA and Indie UI specifications. We wrote many of the success techniques that underpin WCAG 2.0, and continue to contribute to this influential set of accessibility guidelines.

We’re also a founding member of the IAAP, and part of its leadership council. Our aim is to represent the views of the accessibility community as IAAP becomes a professional organization for accessibility practitioners.

We believe that sharing is vital to our vision for a more accessible web. In addition to our own blog, members of our team contribute to notable publications including Netmag, SitePoint, A List Apart, Boxes and Arrows, and UX magazine. We’ve even published books on accessibility, including A Web for Everyone and Web Accessibility for People with Disabilities.

We’re often invited to speak about accessibility at international conferences, including W3Conf, Paris Web, Generate, EdgeConf, Making Web, and CSUN.

Our clients

We work with organizations around the world, including government agencies, technology vendors, companies in industries including publishing, finance, and healthcare, and educational institutions. Most of our clients are long-term engagements, demonstrating the value and effectiveness of our partnerships. Together we have a global impact on advancing accessibility.

We offer professional consulting and technology solutions to ensure that clients reach all audiences effectively and efficiently, while meeting governmental and international standards. A selection of our recent clients includes:

  • Wells Fargo
  • CA Technologies
  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts
  • Stanford
  • Google
  • Hyatt
  • AT&T
  • Charles Schwab
  • Wounded Warrior Project
  • Pearson