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What’s Happenning at The Paciello Group?

Posted on Thursday, 10 July 2014 by Mike Paciello. 1 comment on: What’s Happenning at The Paciello Group?

In addition to client work we do at The Paciello Group we like to keep our clients and colleagues abreast of our contributions to the international accessibility and web standards work. I’m personally very proud of our team and their individual contributions as we continue to drive accessibility and raise the bar in quality of […]

filing bugs

Posted on Sunday, 29 June 2014 by Steve Faulkner.

    One of the ways to get things fixed in browsers, or at least understand why things aren’t/won’t be fixed,  is to file a bug. I spend a fair bit of time filing and commenting on bugs. (Updated to include reference to Opera bug report wizard)

An Accessible Design Maturity Continuum

Posted on Thursday, 26 June 2014 by David Sloan.

We spend an increasing amount of time helping organizations develop a culture and practice of accessible user experience (AUX). We believe that the chances of creating more inclusive, more effective, more enjoyable digital resources and experiences are increased if accessibility and diversity are integrated into the design approach right from the start. However, this typically […]

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Having worked in accessibility for quite some time I can tell you that TPG's Steve Faulkner is one of the top technical accessibility talents, and leaders, in the field and I have no reservations in giving him my endorsement.

Richard Schwerdtfeger, Distinguished Engineer and CTO for Accessibility of IBM Software