Digital accessibility isn’t our job – it’s our passion.
Adem, Sarah and Stewart founded Intopia in October 2015. Their vision: a socially-aware boutique digital agency that promoted inclusive design and development. Put another way: let’s make things better for people that need it more than most.
The Intopia team includes a diverse range of backgrounds, views, abilities, and work experience. We don’t do groupthink – we often have robust discussions, usually about WCAG interpretations and coding options but occasionally about the best viewing order of a Star Wars movie marathon.
Raising awareness of accessibility
In our experience most digital accessibility issues stem from lack of awareness, not intentional exclusion, so we’re doing everything we can to close the knowledge gap.
We go to, speak at and run accessibility conferences and community meetups.
We regularly review our accessibility training courses and reference library content so it includes the latest proven techniques and examples.
In our testing we explain how issues affect users to remind people of the human impact beyond the bug report.
Intopia is a social enterprise, committed to supporting those that help others. We give five percent of our revenue to community and non-profit organisations that support access, inclusion, and women in technology.
Director, Accessible Technologies
Director, Accessibility Services
Accessibility Engagement Manager
Digital Accessibility Sensei