WE’LL HELP YOU MEET WCAG 2.1 AA STANDARDS
Web accessibility shouldn’t be an afterthought, but it’s never too late to add more accessible features to your website. Whether you’re required by law to reach accessibility standards or opting to incorporate accessible features to open up your site to a much wider audience, we’re glad to help. Serving Bucks County, Philadelphia, Doylestown and New Jersey areas, the Inverse Paradox team includes accessibility-trained designers and developers who will create your new website with accessibility in mind or audit your existing website and recommend improvements to be made.
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) is a set of industry-recognized standards for web accessibility. The WCAG 2.1 AA requirements are considered the minimum standards to meet to qualify for compliance.
Section 508 requirements are amendments made to the US Rehabilitation Act of 1973 that necessitate conformance for digital information created and distributed by US government agencies or organizations receiving federal funding. Additionally, if your organization is one that would need to adhere to ADA requirements in real-world settings, you should be equally focused on achieving a high level of web accessibility.
SPECIALIZING IN ALL THINGS WORDPRESS
No matter what business you’re in, we can build you a brand new, universally usable website for people of all ages and abilities. Designed with accessibility in mind, right from the start.
We can do a full audit of your website to check your current level of accessibility. A detailed list of recommendations for improvements will be compiled and sent to you.
We can implement the changes necessary to raise the accessibility level of your website to comply with WCAG 2.1 AA standards.
Learn how to leverage the tools in your WordPress CMS to manage and maintain your website’s content with accessibility in mind.
Ensure your website’s continued accessibility conformance and request help with issues as necessary.
After meeting the standards for WCAG 2.1 AA, a statement goes on your site to let anyone who visits know that you’ve met those accessibility standards.
The designers and developers working on your website have taken courses in accessibility and have all the knowledge necessary to raise your site’s compliance to WCAG 2.1 AA.
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A TEAM OF PASSIONATE INDIVIDUALS WITH BIG-AGENCY TALENT
At Inverse Paradox, we look to make a real impact on and off the web for all of our clients. Combining passion and talent is critical–we push everyone to learn and advance with every project big or small, so the skills we bring to yours will include the latest and greatest our industry has to offer. Combined with the discipline of experienced project managers, this ultimately results in making our clients and our clients’ audiences very happy.
Meet Our Talented, Dedicated and Dynamic Leadership Team Who Will Fulfill Your Needs
"I want everyone to be my friend, which is what drew me to this
role initially. I was amazed that I could make a career out of
talking all day."
Most people are interviewed by their bosses in order to get a job, but for me it was a bit backwards. As a communications major at Temple University, I had to pick a local event to write about for my journalism class. I opted for a pub crawl called Brews for Boobies, which was started by Neil and Melissa to benefit the National Breast Cancer Foundation. I spent the night interviewing them and somehow charming them enough to land an unexpected internship. Almost 8 years later, they are still stuck with me. So is Brews for Boobies–I run the crawl now.
Being a project manager came naturally for me. I want everyone to be my friend but I also know how to get down to business, which is what drew me to this role initially. I was amazed that I could make a career out of talking all day and keeping clients and our team organized and on track. By collaborating we can crank out some awesome work! When I’m not living in my inbox or my calendar, you can find me crying into a beer over the Eagles (or any other Philly sports team), meandering around the city with friends, hanging out with my dog, Lucy, visiting my family, or daydreaming about my next travel destination.
"I was always involved in three things: art, creating, and organizing.
These interests led me to discover my goals and put me on an
awesome career path."
Growing up in Scranton (you may know it as home of the TV show The Office), I was always involved in three things: art, creating, and organizing. These interests led me to discover my goals and put me on an awesome career path.
Even though I started out as a photographer and graphic designer, I always had an interest in HTML and CSS and began doing small websites for friends. Slowly, web design and development became my leading passion and I began working as a web developer!
At Inverse I help with a variety of web projects. When I’m not working on websites, you can find me belly dancing and performing with my troupe, binge-watching TV shows, practicing yoga, traveling, and hanging out with friends at the bar.
"I found that I wanted to pursue a career
in 'creating beautiful things.'"
I’ve always had an eye for looking at things and thinking, “Hmm… something doesn’t look quite right,” which makes perfect sense now that I am a designer! I always want to take everything I see and try (keyword: try) to make it better by messing around with sizes, colors, typography, and any other way I can change it into something new.
My love for all things design started when I was in middle school and was obsessed with taking every art class possible. In high school, I found that I wanted to pursue a career in “creating beautiful things.” Throughout college I still wasn’t sure what I wanted to “create,” until a happy accident occurred and I ended up at Inverse. Now I get to work with a wide variety of clients, creating beautiful things every day! Design has such a wide variety of options that I never get bored. I’ve designed everything from sitemaps to print materials to websites and there is always something new.
If you don’t find me at my computer with almost the entire Adobe Creative Suite open, I’m probably in my kitchen experimenting with crazy new cupcake flavors (I think the French toast with bacon flavor wins at our office!) or getting into some kind of shenanigans with my family.