About Us

We’re are passionate about making the digital world accessible to everyone. We specialize in web accessibility education and training, helping organizations, agencies and individuals create inclusive digital experiences.

Our Qualities


For over 10 years, we’ve been building accessible websites, ensuring the design, code, and content meet the WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines). Our co-founder, Sandi Gauder, developed the curriculum and taught Web Content and Social Media Accessibility at Mohawk College as part of the former Accessible Media Production Graduate Certificate program. She supports teams, organizations, and individuals on their digital accessibility journey.

Commitment to Education

We empower your team with the skills and knowledge necessary to support and improve accessibility standards.

Compliance and Beyond

We don’t just meet compliance requirements; we strive to create truly inclusive experiences. Our focus is always on the end-user, ensuring that everyone, regardless of ability, can access and enjoy digital content.

Ongoing Support

Accessibility is an ongoing process. We offer continued support and training to keep your digital platforms and people up to date.

Our Team

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Richard Gauder

Strategy, consulting, marketing, search engine optimization, analytics, social media, writer, photographer, researcher, lover of trees. Periodically funny.

Richard brings a deep understanding of marketing and the business community. He takes the complicated and makes it understandable. He is very involved in the community and many organizations seek out his advice regularly.

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Sandi Gauder

As a web accessibility specialist, Sandi has been developing modern, accessible websites for over 15 years. She also coaches designers, developers, and content producers on best practices for meeting web accessibility guidelines.

She has led workshops for businesses, municipalities and web development firms on web accessibility and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). She has spoken at conferences and has appeared as a web accessibility expert in webinars. Technical audiences welcome her clear, common-sense approach.