Building Websites that are Accessible to Everyone

MIGHTYminnow prides itself on building beautiful websites that are accessible to anyone visiting. When we teach our classes, we emphasize that not everyone on the web is using it the same way; blind and vision impaired users, for example, employ screen readers to navigate through web content.

homepage of ILRCSFOur commitment to, and knowledge of, making accessible websites enabled us to quickly and competently redesign the website of Independent Living Resource Center of San Francisco. ILRCSF is a disability rights advocacy and support organization that works to ensure that people with disabilities are full social and economic partners, within their families and within a fully accessible community. Their new site, designed and developed by MIGHTYminnow, is fully accessible to people with disabilities as well as responsively designed and accessible on mobile devices and tablets!

We very much enjoyed working with ILRCSF, and it seems they enjoyed working with us as well. See their comments below:

The unusual funding cycle of a grant we received gave Kristin a very short time in which to develop quite a detailed website for us, from scratch. The finished product exceeded our expectations in every way, and Kristin also provided clear and detailed training to two staff members who now manage the site. As a disability rights organization, accessibility was a primary concern for us, and I was especially impressed by Kristin’s knowledge of accessibility standards and her attention to details in this area. For her talent as a web designer, excellent communications skills, and ability to work well under pressure and deliver an excellent product within a tight time frame, I highly recommend Kristin as a web designer. We would not hesitate to go with Mighty Minnow again, in the future.”
-Lana, Independent Living Resource Center


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