Discover the Top 5 Things to Know Before Building and Pricing an Accessible Website

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How to get started with web accessibility (and in plain English!)

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Hi. I’m Colleen.

Here’s the brutal truth about accessibility…

1. “Accessible” can mean different things to different clients.

2. No one tells you how to sell or charge for accessibility.

Many web designers and developers try to wing it. But they don’t know what they don’t know.

They end up thinking they’ve just created an accessible website, when they actually haven’t.

They end up not being profitable on the project, sucking up extra work and the websites taking longer than expected.

There are certain things to consider before building and pricing an accessible website. I’ve found that getting the right information up front is vital for success in both areas.

With almost 30 years of experience in the design industry and 8 years specializing in accessibility, I can teach you what information you need and what to find out to help you before you build and price that next accessible website.

A before image of a confused designer and an after image of a confident designer.

So if you are serious about:

  • adding more value to the websites you build,
  • selling accessibility to your clients, and
  • not losing out on work to other web designers…

Find out the top 5 things web designers and developers must know before building and pricing an accessible website—and in plain English!

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Colleen is an exceptional teacher with great communication skills. She is not only an expert in her field but is a fabulous teacher. Not everyone can do both, but she certainly can.”

Tammie O’Neal

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Colleen really knows her stuff when it comes to accessibility. She saved me hours of research and guess work!”

Matthew Rodela

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Colleen is informative, thorough, and you can tell she really cares about why accessibility is important. I highly recommend her!”

Billy Hoisington