Guest Appearance: Chris Glew & Joshua Dale

Chris Glew and Joshua Dale: Ensuring Wide Scale Website Accessibility

Chris Glew
“Whatever you do, do it well.” – Walt Disney “In vino veritas”
“Whatever you do, do it well.” – Walt Disney “In vino veritas”

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Now, more than ever, it is critical that our websites be accessible to all users. Listen to this episode to learn more about adapting your website to ensure that all users can appropriately interact with your site content, and subsequently, your business.

 

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