Adobe Systems has historically focused upon the creation of multimedia and creativity software products, with a more-recent foray towards rich Internet application software development. As an industry leader in accessibility Adobe supports the creation of outstanding web experiences by encouraging web developers to produce rich, engaging content that is accessible to all. For more information, visit the "Adobe Systems" Website.
California State University
California State University is one of three public higher education systems in the state of California. In 2006 faculty from CSU attended Access U and took the information back to their campus. They were so excited about what they learned that they wanted to bring that experience to their campus. That sparked the beginning of what we now know as AccessU West (formerly known as CalWAC). For more information, visit the "California State University" Website.
City of Austin Cultural Arts Division
The City of Austin through the Cultural Arts Division supports community based arts programs to assist the development of music, film and creative industries in Austin. For more information, visit the "City of Austin Cultural Arts Division" Website.
City of Austin's Grant for Technology Opportunities
City of Austin's Grant for Technology Opportunities (GTOPS) program provides matching-fund grants to local groups that create digital opportunities and promote digital inclusion. For more information, visit the "City of Austin's Grant for Technology Opportunities" Website.
Dell Foundation supports innovative and effective programs that provide fundamental prerequisites to equip youth to learn and excel in a world driven by the digital economy. Through Dells commitment to employee volunteerism many of its employees have participated in the AIR program as volunteers and web developers to produce accessible web sites. For more information, visit the "Dell Foundation" Website.
Deque Systems offers the industry's first end-to-end web compliance products that are Web 2.0 ready. Knowbility incorporates the Worldspace tool in the testing of many sites and has teamed up with Deque to offer the tool to its clients. For more information, visit the "Deque Systems" Website.
At Fahrenheit, we turn cold, small businesses into hot, successful companies. Our forward thinking approach to online marketing raises the temperature of our clients’ sites, making them glow to both search engines and potential customers. For more information, visit the "Fahrenheit Marketing" Website.
Meadows Foundation exists to assist people and institutions of Texas improve the quality and circumstances of life for themselves and future generations. For more information, visit the "Meadows Foundation" Website.
MicroAssist is an experienced software education center who partners with countless organizations in need of custom E-Learning, classroom training, and technology services. Knowbility began to working MicroAssist in 2009 as part of the AIR program. Knowbility currently works with MicroAssist to provide to provide accessibility training to state vendors. For more information, visit the "MicroAssist" Website.
St. Edwards University
St Edwards University is a private college located in Austin Texas. St Edward’s has been the host of the John Slain AccessU Conference since 2004. Every spring hundreds of people invade the campus for two days of accessibility training by leaders of the industry. For more information, visit the "St. Edwards" Website.
Texas Center for Disability Studies (TCDS)
Texas Center for Disability Studies (TCDS) is an interdisciplinary team composed of professionals at the university level, state, regional and local communities, statewide service providers, and advocacy organization specialists to serve as a catalyst for people with disabilities. For more information, visit the "TCDS" Website.
Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired
The Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired (TSBVI) serves as a special public school in the continuum of statewide placements for students who have a visual impairment. It is also a statewide resource to parents of these children and to professionals who serve them. Students, ages 6 through 21, who are blind, deafblind, or visually impaired, including those with additional disabilities, are eligible for consideration for services at TSBVI. For more information, visit the "Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired" Website.