We are all working towards the same goal: accessibility for all

We understand the challenges that come with providing accessible digital content and the time and effort our clients put into this goal. Our dedication is grounded in the knowledge that we are enabling organizations to help real people to live better lives.

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed to ensure that a person with a disability is empowered to live as fulfilling and independent a life as possible. No one would expect a person with a disability to be barred from buying groceries, reading the news, or going to the bank. Yet, when the websites that offer these functions are inaccessible, that is exactly what is happening.

We at TPGi aim to change the notion that digital accessibility is a “nice to have.” We want to support every organization in prioritizing accessibility even when resources or time get tight.

Our new content series, “Real People, Real Stories,” shares personal vignettes from individuals on why digital accessibility is so much more than a “nice to have” for them. These people are why we do what we do, and will continue to work tirelessly to partner with organizations to improve the future of digital accessibility.

Real stories from people with different abilities looking to make the world a more inclusive place

From authors to musicians to entrepreneurs, the group of people we interview are a diverse bunch in more ways than one!

An interview with Ada Hoffman, author and professor

Ada Hoffman has autism, and this has undeniably impacted the way she navigates the world. Find out more about this fascinating author, professor, and reviewer (who helps other authors shape reliably three-dimensional and realistic characters with disabilities). Read the interview.

Real stories on COVID-19 and its impact on the disability community

  • Real Story: Blog post on Isabel Holdsworth, Accessibility Engineer at TPGi

    Learn about how COVID-19 has created daily struggles for Isabel that could be life-threatening. Read her story.

  • Real Story: Blog post on Peter Bossley, leader of the Digital Accessibility compliance program at Ohio State.

    COVID-19 isn’t easy for anyone, but learn how an individual with low-vision has been successfully coping. Read his story.

  • Real Story: Blog post on an anonymous employee of TPGi

    Learn about an individual with anxiety is coping with COVID-19. Read their story.

  • Real Story: Podcast with Tony DePalma, Director of Public Policy for Disability Rights Florida

    Tony, Mark Miller, and Marissa Sapega discuss the many challenges that individuals with disabilities are facing as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. Listen to the podcast

  • Real Story: Blog post on Rebecca Bridges, Project Manager at TPGi

    Learn about how COVID-19 has affected Rebecca and her family. Listen to the podcast

  • Real Story: Podcast with Karen McCall

    Karen explains the problems she has had to overcome as a person with a disability during a global pandemic. Listen to the podcast.

If you’re interested in sharing your own story for our “Real People, Real Stories” series, tweet at us at @tpginteractive.