Accessible.org provides services, products, and free information to make web accessibility and ADA website compliance as simple and as easy as possible.
I, Kris Rivenburgh, am an attorney and the founder of Accessible.org and insist that all clients and customers receive excellent, reliable order fulfillment that includes faster turnarounds and deadlines, excellent reports and feedback, accurate and reliable website accessibility audits, and overall great service.
I always make myself personally available (firstname.lastname@example.org) so that any client can reach me.
My Texas State Bar page contains information on my licensure.
You can also listen to me on the Accessible.org podcast on your favorite podcast platform.
My ADA website compliance article on Medium is the seminal guide to ADA website compliance and has been cited by numerous publications and reviewed by many as the best explanation of both the technical and legal aspects to accessibility and compliance.
Most clients of Accessible.org order website accessibility audits (WCAG 2.1 AA) and receive a thorough PDF report containing an overview of the main accessibility issues on their site, a detailed chronological list of each issue on each unique page layout, screenshots of issues (where applicable), examples and sample code providing guidance for developers on how to remediate or fix the issue, and a reference to the exact WCAG success criterion implicated (so clients can investigate further).
I have created a guide for both WCAG 2.0 AA and WCAG 2.1 AA that can be purchased on Amazon or accessed for free by subscribing to Accessible.org.
I have also created and developed (with an expert web developer, Zach Peyton) Accessible Theme, a standard WordPress theme designed specifically to meet WCAG 2.0 AA and provide purchasers a sense of relief knowing someone has meticulously gone ever all 38 WCAG 2.0 AA success criteria.
Besides emailing me, you can connect with me on LinkedIn.