Resources - Public

Below is a collection of online resources relevant to our mission to provide accessibility on a budget, including our own blogs

Accessibility Related

  • Services Comparison Checklist -- A handy printable table of evaluation criteria to take to vendor presentations and management meetings. Here's one specific to California's AB 434.
  • Why Accessible? -- The benefits to you to make your website and PDF documents accessible to the blind and the visually impaired.
  • Producing an accessibility report -- How Access2online analyzes websites and produces accessibility reports.
  • Cost-Benefit Model for Accessibility Projects -- A free spreadsheet built to model and analyze the costs vs. benefits of a website accessibility project.
  • Section 508 -- A leading federal accessibility regulation.
  • WCAG 2.1 -- Similar to Section 508, this private-sector accessibility guideline is also sometimes used by the government's enforcement folks.
  • Office of Accessible Systems & Technology -- The federal agency tasked with giving other federal agencies direction on how to become accessible
  • Trusted Tester -- Intensive cerification program used by OAST

Prison Related

  • Work and Programs Component-- Oregon's Department of Corrections presents their thoughts on programs like Access2online.
  • Why we engage prison inmates? -- Why Access2online provides job opportunities to prison inmates, and why it can matter to you.
  • eTaskBoard for inmates -- How we use the eTaskBoard software to be so efficient, which makes our services so inexpensive.
  • Minitrusts -- Our initiative to develop a financial tool to help parolees.

Access2online coordinator Peter Shikli with four analysts working on tasks


  • Terms & Conditions -- Before we can do business, we will ask you to agree to these sales terms and conditions.