In their own words...

Over the years, we’ve been lucky enough to work with some of the greatest household names in a variety of industries, both locally and internationally. From inspiring local startups to international Fortune 100 companies, here are some of the things they had to say about our work.

Success stories

“Denis’ class engagement, pacing, and knowledge were all excellent. It was easy to see that inclusion is something he cares about quite a bit, which made the instruction that much better and relatable. Easily the most engaging instructor I’ve had for this course. I particularly liked how Denis provided context, not just from a legal standpoint, but also from the standpoint of being able to conceptualize for people without accessibility issues as well. How it can feel to be excluded from using the web, and how even the onset of age or ‘a really bad day’ can put you in that situation (temporarily or for life). I will definitely recommend this bootcamp.”

Anonymous participant (in-person training)

“Denis was incredibly knowledgeable, helpful, and thorough. He answered all of our questions to the very best of his ability and was an engaging and terrific instructor. He was clear and kept the training very interesting. This felt like a top notch podcast. The interactivity with zoom was a nice twist too. As online training can be hard to follow at times, I really enjoyed the format and the engagement of this training.”

– Anonymous participant (virtual training)

“The instructor was excellent and clearly knew his stuff. He was very personable and did an awesome job on presenting. He explained concepts at an understandable pace, provided practical, actionable guidance and was also very good at answering questions and respectable about giving people enough breaks throughout the days. Hands-on experience is also invaluable for training like this, so Denis’ overall approach to this was excellent.”

Anonymous participant (in-person training)

“Usually Denis is the smartest guy in the room. When it comes to accessibility, he adapts on the fly to a changing conversation regardless of its complexity and then injects insightful information. But even with his high accessibility acumen, he never dominates the conversation or makes someone with less acumen feel irrelevant. He considers all the players in a conversation as worthy, and listens well. He makes collaboration easy and has become my go-to guy.”

– Project lead, Deque Systems

Inklusiv Communication - Did You Know

Did you know?

Designing content to address the needs of the average user is a flawed concept that automatically leaves a large part of your audience behind. Instead, by designing for extremes such as disabilities, you can ensure that everyone else is implicitly included.