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Aaron Cannon

Chief Accessibility Officer, Co-founder

“I have a vested interest in making the web more accessible for everyone because I use a screen reader, for both work and recreational use of the Internet. I led the design /UX on the National Institute for the Blind’s website; it marked the first time a person who is blind took the lead designing a site for both sighted and visually impaired people.”

First and foremost, I am a husband and father of five.

As a seasoned front-end website developer and accessibility engineer offering a most unique set of skills and experiences, I co-founded A360 to help clients navigate compliance.

Back in 1996, I first got on the web using the Lynx web browser via a Linux shell account. When Windows screen readers improved to the point where they could interact much better with Internet Explorer, I made the switch.

Today, I’m proficient in several programming platforms and languages (React, WordPress, Django, Go, Python, PHP and JavaScript) and especially enjoy the teaching & training aspect of website accessibility work.

Working in website accessibility professionally since 2007, I became an accessibility engineer in 2011 and lead the audit services for A360.

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1422 W Lake Street
Suite 314
Minneapolis, MN 55408

ph: 612-440-3601

info@accessible360.com