UX Designer & Accessibility Lead

Claudia Rayno

Claudia’s background as an entrepreneur and business owner brings fresh insight into what users want to see in a website, and how they interact in ways that are meaningful. With her attention to detail and dedication she is a valuable resource for user experience, as she designs page layouts and architecture to make websites friendly, intuitive, and easy to use. Claudia is also AndiSites’ lead for website accessibility, enhanced by her interest in Deaf Studies.

Claudia has performed content migration and cleanup, site architecture, web accessibility improvements, and plugin installation/configuration for the Cambridge Housing Authority, Center for Community Progress, NC Department of Justice, South Sound 911, Pitt Community College, Davidson Community College, South Piedmont Community College, and the Moore County Arts Council. She continues to enhance her skills as a WordPress designer/developer, with a focus on accessibility.

Claudia is an IAAP Certified Professional in Accessibility. She is currently completing an Associate of Arts Degree at Durham Technical College and will soon continue her studies there towards a degree in Deaf Studies. She participates regularly in continuing education and trainings in web development, usability, and web accessibility.

In addition to user experience, content, and site architecture work, Claudia will be primarily responsible for ensuring that your website is compliant with ADA accessibility requirements and meets or exceeds quality standards (fixing broken links, misspellings, etc.).