The Accessibility Guy is your personal accessibility expert. I am here to provide detailed walkthroughs and important tips for implementing accessibility into your organization and system.
The Accessibility Guy will cover topics like PDF accessibility, Microsoft Word Accessibility, PowerPoint Accessibility, Color Contrast best practices, table accessibility, closed captioning, and on and on and on.
My goal is to make accessibility feel easy. Let’s chunk up this complicated topic into smaller bites. Simply select one of the buttons below to check out full guides on the subject.
Accessibility made easy
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.
Additionally, I will cover unique assistive technology programs like Abbyy Fine Reader, MathType, Otter.ai and others!
Document remediation, testing, compliance, and secure file transfer. Expert consultation. We will finish your files on time and meet your requirements.
Canvas Accessibility Guide
This page will provide multiple blog posts and guides on how to make all content in Canvas accessible.
Accessibility Consulting and training
Our team can assist your organization or project in aligning with specific accessibility criteria. Adhering to accessibility best practices does not have to be difficult, let me help you get accessible. My experience ranges from colleges and universities, top government offices, content agencies, major US banks, and many marketing agencies.
Microsoft Word Accessibility Guide
This page contains walkthroughs and videos on how to make Microsoft Word documents accessible.
Why The Accessibility Guy?
My name is Shawn Jordison and I love technology and people. I am a seasoned accessibility professional with 10+ years of digital accessibility and assistive technology experience in higher education and other sectors. Recognized for demonstrating a natural aptitude for collaborating with diverse stakeholders, as well as for creating educational courses and training materials to foster long-term change. Professional focal points include assistive technology, alternate media, analysis, and remediation of documents, digital content and educational courses, compliance with WCAG 2.1 Standards, Section 508, and ADA, problem-solving, process evaluation, and workshop coordination. Colleagues describe me as a progressive, driven, down-to-earth, innovative, and detail-oriented accessibility expert who can be relied on to offer superior solutions that deliver ideal results for diverse stakeholders.