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Doug Abrams

Doug started his career in front-end development in 2009. In that role he was introduced to Accessibility and quickly became an advocate. In 2020, Doug joined TPGi so he could focus full-time on digital Accessibility, continue his education on the subject, and help others be more inclusive in the way they develop websites.


  • Reflow Red Flags

    Reflow issues can be tricky to fix. Knowing what the usual suspects are is half the battle. TPGi’s Doug Abrams highlights 4 red flags to watch out for.

  • Accessibility Theater

    Booking a theatre seat can be tricky for people who can’t easily perceive the physical layout. Doug Abrams investigates options to improve this experience.

  • An argument against CSS opacity

    Have automated tools told you your site is accessible? If you’re using CSS opacity, those tools may be wrong!

  • All about the presentation: don’t let accessibility slide

    So many people transitioned from working at the office to working from home during 2020 and 2021, and a large number of them will have attended at least one Zoom…