The third annual Accessibility Scotland conference was held in November in Edinburgh’s EICC (Edinburgh International Conference Centre). The brainchild of four passionate advocates of accessibility, including TPG’s David Sloan, the conference brings together a mix of speakers – both new and familiar – on a range of topics all related to accessibility and diversity, inclusive […]
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Billy Gregory, Director of Training at The Paciello Group, was recently on site at University of North Carolina Chapel Hill to conduct an accessibility training. Employing his signature charm, he hosted workshops on content, WordPress, social media, video captioning, PDFs, ARIA, testing with screen readers, and more. Participants couldn’t be happier with the results of […]
On Saturday, September 8, the Chicago Digital Accessibility & Inclusive Design Meetup hosted its first Accessibility Camp event in Chicago. A one-day “un-conference,” the camp focused on digital accessibility and hosted seven presentations by experts in the field (including Billy Gregory, TPG’s Director of Training–though he was not there in his official capacity). The talks […]
VFO™ Announces Corporate Rebranding: Changes Name to Vispero, and Moves US Headquarters to Clearwater
Vispero, formerly known as VFO, (The Paciello Group’s parent company) today announced its new company name, redesigned website, and a US headquarters move to nearby Clearwater, Florida. As the world’s leading assistive technology provider for the visually impaired, dedicated to serving our growing community, we came to the realization that our company name did not […]
Launched in 2016 as a way to lower page load times decrease data usage, Google’s open-source project, AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages), has been the target of criticism for allegedly “keeping users within Google’s domain and diverting traffic away from other websites for the benefit of Google.” Google has continuously denied this claim. In an attempt […]