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This site will be your one-stop shop for all your accessibility concerns. It is intended to provide best practices for software and information related to accessibility, Section 508, and the ADA.

Why The Accessibility Guy?

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Hello, my name is Shawn Jordison, and I’m so excited to have the opportunity to introduce myself to you! I’ve been working in the field of accessibility for over 13 years, and I absolutely love what I do.

One of the things that drew me to accessibility work is the incredible impact that it can have on people’s lives. I’ve seen firsthand how access to information and resources can make a real difference, and I’m passionate about making sure that everyone has equal access to information.

In my career, I’ve had the chance to work on a wide range of accessibility projects, from making thousands of documents accessible to providing countless trainings on Section 508, accessibility, and assistive technology. I’ve also had the privilege of working with students with disabilities as a faculty member and counselor, and I’ve served as a reviewer for online courses, websites, and third-party content.

My expertise extends to specific accessibility matters like captioning, document accessibility,assistive technology, and helping organizations align with accesibility best practices and I’m eager to share my knowledge with others. Whether you’re looking for one-on-one assistance or large-scale accessibility solutions, I’m here to help.

So if you’re looking for an accessibility expert who truly cares about your needs and is committed to making a difference to people with disabilities, look no further. I can’t wait to work with you to create a more accessible world for everyone and help you become an accessibility champion

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