All Web sites I build will be simple and effective and usable by all who visit them, including those who are blind and visually impaired. As a blind computer user who uses a screen reader, I understand that concept firsthand.
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Mount Vernon, NY (PRWEB) December 16, 2008
Christopher Wright, the owner of a small one-man company in Mount Vernon, NY, has provided, for some time, a service that enables people to have a Web site built for them at an affordable rate.
Wright says, "All Web sites I build will be simple and effective and usable by all who visit them, including those who are blind and visually impaired. As a blind computer user who uses a screen reader, I understand that concept firsthand."
Christopher Wright, the company's owner, is a classical/pop pianist and instrumental composer/arranger. currently living in Mount Vernon, NY. He was born blind on June 13, 1980. He graduated cum laude from SUNY Purchase College in May 2006 with a Bachelor of Music in Studio Composition.
He is also a Web designer. In the text of his soon-to-be released Web design brochure. He writes, "My experience with Web design began in the 1990's, when the New York Institute for Special Education, a school I attended, began to teach students how to build Web pages using HTML, the code I will use to design your Web site. Although I have learned a number of things since then, I am always trying to learn new things about the profession. In addition to my Web site, listed below, I also manage the following Web site: http://www.allisonmervis.com."
To learn more about Mr. Wright, visit: http://www.wright-media.com