You can reach each of us by calling our office phone at 02 21 06 149 or by mailing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Bart is a multilingual accessibility veteran. He insists on the importance of placing the disabled user at the centre of accessibility projects. This is why he is a committee member of the European Disability Forum, the European Blind Union, and ANEC (EU standards).
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Lora joined the AnySurfer team in February 2018. She performs audits, informs customers, and gives trainings. Her previous webmastering job gave her hands-on experience with online communication.
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A patient teacher, Pierre has all the necessary qualities to improve your website's accessibility. He has been helping our French-speaking customers for the past 7 years. Before joining our team, he was already narrowing the digital divide by teaching IT classes to a diverse range of audiences.
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Sophie lives in Brussels and is perfectly trilingual. She has spent the past 10 years helping our customers with audits, trainings, and presentations. Before joining AnySurfer, she worked in the IT and telecommunication sector. You might run into her at the annual Paris Web conference which deals with her favourite subjects: guidelines, quality, and accessibiliy.
Frank Van Acker
Frank joined the AnySurfer team in August 2020. He performs website audits, among other tasks. Frank also builds websites. Before joining AnySurfer, he built up experience in web development and IT. This experience will definitely come in handy at AnySurfer.
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Inge started working for AnySurfer in July 2021 and as an information professional she considers (web) accessibility as a basic requirement when providing any kind of information. With a background in educational and research support and a bunch of creative skills Inge will contribute to the AnySurfer audits, training sessions and communication.
The label 'IAAP certified WAS' indicates a person is certified as a Web Accessibility Specialist (WAS) by the International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP).