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Welcome to the homepage of the Digital Accessibility Made Simple podcast with Lyndon Dunbar. Our mission is to help bridge the gap between technology and digital accessibility so that persons with disabilities can engage in fulfilling work and lead a life of independence with confidence.
This is a weekly podcast which releases every Monday. We are so excited about the upcoming topics and interviews that are lined-up for the podcast and we’re sure you will find tremendous value from the content.
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About Lyndon Dunbar
Lyndon is the President and Founder of Dunbar Accessibility Group, LLC, a digital accessibility consulting business based in Atlanta, GA. My passion is to help web developers and user experience designers understand how to implement accessibility into their digital assets to create a better user experience for persons with disabilities. call him at 678-775-8234.
About Desiree Reed
Desiree is the owner and founder of 5 Seconds to Impress LLC, a copywriting and ghostwriting agency. Desiree is also the co-host of the Digital Accessibility Made Simple Podcast. She works with professional speakers, coaches, consultants, and small business owners by using words to help them get visible, provide value, and get paid. She’s strong where many entrepreneurs are weak. Her unique relationship with words enables her to clearly communicate the message and brand that many business owners struggle to express. To contact Desiree, you can email Desiree or call her at 678-201-1027.
- Podcast Transcription by: Katrina Beaver (UpWork Profile)
- Podcast Editing/Consulting by: Mikey Dorje (LinkedIn Profile)
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