Knowledge Center Monthly Email Newsletter Now Available to All

Here at the TPGi Knowledge Center, we’ve been producing an internal email newsletter for our engineers, project managers and other team members, aiming to keep them up to date with what we’ve been working on and what’s coming up with regard to our rules engine, testing procedures, solutions, design patterns, training modules, and general digital accessibility guidance articles.

There’s a fair bit to cover each month, mainly because we’re constantly expanding and refining our guidance so that our auditors and our customers get the best possible advice.

Over the last six months, we’ve gradually added more content to the newsletter, including items about technical events, articles, and industry news both inside and outside TPGi.

Now, we’re ready to make a version of it available to anyone who’d care to subscribe.

We can’t link directly to items in our Knowledge Base, of course – that’s only for TPGi and Vispero staff and our paying customers. But we can describe what we’ve been working on and what’s coming up in the technical guidance we offer.

And we can certainly link to any public information about blog posts, webinars, podcasts – both our own and other people’s – as well conferences and similar events of interest to digital accessibility professionals around the world.

The newsletter is free, doesn’t carry any advertising, and is delivered by email before the end of the first week of each month. You only need an email to subscribe, and we promise we won’t share that with any external parties. You can, of course, unsubscribe at any time.

We’ve set up a web page describing what’s in the newsletter, with an archive of past issues – that’s just the current June issue at the moment, but that’ll give you a good idea of what you get.

Go to Knowledge Center Newsletter.

You can use a Subscribe link on that page, or cut out the middleman and just email us direct at with “Newsletter subscription” in the subject line.

And you can always send us feedback at the same email address.

Hans, James and Ricky

Categories: Technical

About Ricky Onsman

Veteran Australian web designer, front end developer, writer and editor. As a writer and/or editor, I've worked with the likes of UX Australia, SitePoint, Web Directions and Smashing Magazine. As a freelance designer and front end dev, I focused on building accessible websites, then worked with a number of design, UX and accessibility-focused companies in Australia, North America and Europe before joining the Knowledge Center team at TPGi.