Be Accessible, Inc. is a web accessibility corporation based in Los Angeles, California that helps businesses achieve WCAG 2.0 Level AA compliance. We work with companies in any industry that are subject to website and mobile accessibility issues or that have started receiving ADA complaints and need guidance.
Nowadays, most companies are unaware of the difficulties that people with visual disabilities go through on a day to day basis. We educate companies about the importance of accessibility and aim to expand their products and services to a larger demographic. It will not only increases sales, eliminates lawsuits, improves usability of your website, but will strengthen your company's brand and value to the disabled community.
Our mission is to help businesses reach a level of web and mobile accessibility that will benefit their image, sales, and the lives of the visually impaired who are interested in their products or services.
We will help bring your business closer to ADA compliance and free from litigation. With our 3-Step Solution, we utilize top industry automated software, experienced web developers, and blind usability testers to address all your accessibility issues. We don't fix these issues but we’ll provide detailed feedback including a list of recommendations, as well as work closely with your development team. We also can provide on-site accessibility training options including disability awareness, a half or full day of Accessibility 101 and 201 for your business at any time. We work really hard to provide you an ADA solution at a price that is affordable.
David has spent most of his career working in sales, finance, product management, and accessibility. He is a graduate of Finance at the University of Rhode Island. He earned his MBA from Salve Regina University located in Newport, Rhode Island. In 2012, David co-founded NiteSpy which was a social networking iPhone application which connected college students with various venues including bars, lounges and clubs in any US city in real time. David has a strong passion for accessibility as well as working with companies and blind centers to raise awareness of ADA and its standards for online accommodation. He loves spending time with his family, traveling to new countries, and playing pick-up soccer with locals and friends.
Aaron is a developer and teacher. Working as a Web Development Teaching Assistant at UCLA Extension, Aaron promotes accessibility, training new developers in best practices. He developed a browser extension using image recognition to dynamically generate and add alternative text attributes to web images. Growing up with a blind father, he has navigated websites using JAWS and other assistive technologies. He clearly understands the source and frustration of accessibility errors. He also works as a national All-Star Instructor for Kaplan Test Prep. Aaron studied Political Science, graduating from UCLA. When he's not writing code or teaching, Aaron can be found having Thai food, staying active, or playing competitive board games.
Elianna has spent the past 20 years in IT. She has done software training in multiple verticals, including health care, library services, and telecommunications. She has also taught “Universal Design for Digital Media” class at CU-Boulder which provides graduating computer scientists with a broad overview of web accessibility. She is especially adept in meeting adult learners from their own points of view. Elianna co-hosts the Front Range Accessibility & Inclusive Design Meetup in Boulder, CO. This gives her a platform to engage the local development and design community in how to produce digitally accessible websites and software. Outside of work she enjoys water aerobics and walking historic neighborhoods.