Does Your Site Need to Be ADA Compliant?
episode #446 – February 7, 2020
GUEST: Simon Efroymson | Roundpeg
Make your website accessible for all users.
These days, we’re seeing people modifying physical structures to make their environments more welcoming to people with various abilities.
The conversation around accessibility is starting to occur in reference to the online world as well. While the standards aren’t as clear there are specific changes you can make to your website to make it more accessible to everyone.
Marketing can be a tough business. But, for someone who’s spent time working on a political campaign trail like Simon, life at Roundpeg is a piece of cake!
Simon is Roundpeg’s Web Support Specialist, which is simpler than calling him our Swiss Army Knife. Simon is in charge of providing web updates, customer support and solving web-related problems in addition to other tasks aimed at putting out random fires throughout the day and overall making the rest of our lives that much easier.
But this ginger kid from Indy is anything but ordinary. He’s the proud poppa to brother and sister munchkin cats – Gunther and Gir – and, despite losing the hearing in his left ear, is still an accomplished musical artist of stringed instruments from cello, bass, guitar, ukulele and even mandolin in addition to producing and DJing electronic music. Crazy, right?
This Indiana University grad also has experience as a people-pleaser working at the Jewish Community Center in Indy and would love nothing more than a weekend road trip back to Bloomington, if only just to sit and have a couple brews at Quaff On!
But, above all else, Simon is what you’d call a full-fledged Trekkie – Picard and Next Generation all the way!
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