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The Year in Review – 2017

Svetlana standing in front of a Christmas tree and a skating rink at Somerset House in London

Another year is coming to an end. I provided consulting services, training sessions, workshops to organizations to help them make their products, services, events more user-friendly and accessible.

The highlight of the year was my presentation in London – not only my first time giving a presentation internationally, but also my first time visiting the city and the country. It was a wonderful experience for me! On the picture above is me standing in front of a Christmas tree and a skating rink at Somerset House in London. You can read more about my London experience.

Other news of 2017:

Does your company want
to get on Santa’s Nice List in 2018? 

Become more friendly to people with disabilities by making your products, services, events usable and accessible.

Accessibility is universal design benefiting more people than just those with disabilities.

If you want to increase your market share and improve your business bottom line, contact me for the following:

I’m also the owner and founder of Audio Accessibility providing consulting and training to organizations on how to make their aural information (audio, video, events) accessible to deaf and hard of hearing people. I’m an author of a book, Sound Is Not Enough: Captioning as Universal Design.

To get updates from me about accessibility, user experience, technology, and related topics, sign up for my monthly newsletters. You can follow me on social media – TwitterLinkedIn.

Feel free to forward this information to any other organizations who you know that may benefit from my services.

Wishing you and yours a wonderful holiday season and a happy, healthy, prosperous New Year!

Looking forward to working with you in 2018!

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