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Accessible Web Design

Gardner Information Design, Inc. builds accessible web sites for its enterprise clients and small business website customers.

GIDI principal P.J. Gardner is a recognized expert in accessible web design, particularly the U.S. government's Section 508 accessibility standards and the World Wide Web Consortium's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.

P.J. holds a graduate certificate in Accessible/Interactive Web Design from Northeastern University, and she is the founder of, an organization "Making Internet Acessibility Mainstream".

Note: For more information about GIDI accessibility expertise, visit P.J. Gardner's Contract Resume and Professional Profile.

GIDI creates clean, accessible, standards-based web designs. These samples demonstrate our specialty in accessible web design.

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Accessible Web Applications

P.J. Gardner continues to contribute accessibility expertise on web application projects for financial services, healthcare, and information technology companies, as well as government agencies and non-profit organizations.

In 2008, P.J. Gardner functioned as the Accessibility Lead, front-end web developer, and user interface consultant on a year-long project to redesign the Massachusetts Accessible Housing Registry as an accessible web application.

MassAccess Housing Registry

Visit the following page for a case study about this project:

Accessibility Web Sites

Since 2003, P.J. Gardner has built several dozen accessible web sites.

Visit the following sample web sites built by Gardner Information Design, Inc. that demonstrate a focus on accessibility:

Custom Website Portfolio (same site). (new site)

Learn more about these projects by visiting the live web sites:

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