How Creating Content for Others Increased Webflow’s Own Company-wide Disability Awareness

When your company is the creator of a no-code web development platform, there are countless ways to ensure accessibility is embedded into how you produce your products. Plus, you want to ensure the output of your efforts properly and authentically makes your technology accessible to more people.

When the Webflow team decided to use Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) as a milestone to publish and accelerate their own digital accessibility and inclusion efforts, they didn't expect that working on the project would also increase their own accessibility knowledge and interest across the company.

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Responding to a Pandemic with Accessible Virtual Meetings

Many organizations have experience hosting in-person meetings and events of all sizes — but the sudden shift to all-virtual-everything meant evaluating uncharted terrain.

When COVID-19 suddenly caused companies to move gatherings online, The Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) and The American Institute of Architects (AIA) realized they needed a virtual meetings and events guide that made their online gatherings equally as accessible as their in-person counterparts. What they didn’t expect, however, was how the guide also sparked digital inclusion efforts across their entire organizations.

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