Trenton is crazy about Web usability and accessibility – so crazy that he went and started his own web accessibility and usability consultancy to help make the Internet a better place for everyone.


  1. Beyond the Guidelines: Advanced Accessibility Techniques

    If you think the W3C guidelines are your ticket to an accessible site, think again! While the W3C guidelines are important, if you want your web site to be truly accessible, you’ll need to venture beyond these guidelines. Trenton explains all in this hands-on technical tour!

  2. Beware the Automated Accessibility Tool Trap

    If you’ve been happily using automated accessibility checking tools to ensure the accessiblity of your site, listen up! As Trenton explains, these tools should never be used as a sole solution to accessibility. They’re often innaccurate, unspecific, outdated — and in some cases, they’re simply incorrect!

  3. My Top Ten CSS Tricks Article

    For years, designers have manipulated CSS to meet their needs. Now Trenton has compiled his favourite tips to help you get more out of your designs. From page-width, the text-transform command, and IE-specific tricks, to hints on creating CSS documents for hand-held devices, these powerful tips will save you time and hassle.

  4. Seven Screen Reader Usability Tips

    Who says making a site usable to screen reader users is a pain? Trenton provides 7 quick, easy fixes that boost your site’s usability for all visitors, including those who use screen reader technology.

  5. Introduction to Browser-Specific CSS Hacks

    CSS leaves your layout open to interpretation by browsers… or does it? In this hands-on trouble-shooter, Trenton explains why and how different browser-specific CSS hacks work — and provides code to help you regain control over your layouts.