Accessible.org Helps People with Accessibility
My name is Kris Rivenburgh. I’m an attorney and the founder of Accessible.org.
I created Accessible.org to make web accessibility simple.
Not easy, but simple.
When I started looking into web accessibility lightly in 2017 and then more seriously in 2018, I discovered that both the legal and technical side of web accessibility were unclear and difficult to understand.
Not because the material itself is so complex but because the existing content and explanations were sparse, bad, and convoluted.
In 2018, I began writing about ADA compliance and web accessibility on Medium. My first article, The ADA Checklist, now has over 240,000 views and has been referenced hundreds of times.
Since that article, I have written dozens of others on the law, techical standards, and other industry topics like PDF accessibility, VPATs®, proposed legislation, and state litigation.
I have also presented at a handful of in-person conferences including a government department conference in Fort Meyers, Florida, an insurance conference in Denver Colorado, and a consumer services conference in Washington, DC.
Additionally, I have virtually presented on web accessibility and the law to a major credit card company and a hotel and lodging association.
And, of course, I have consulted with dozens of clients and law firms on digital accessibility.
Accessible.org services and products amount to a distillation of my experience and research to make digital accessibility as simple as possible for everyone.
My WCAG 2.1 AA checklist and WCAG 2.1 AA guide are provided completely free so that everyone has access to actionable information.
Accessible.org offers the natural extension of that information: streamlined services and products to make web accessibility as simple as possible for you.
You can reach me at email@example.com.