Welcome everyone

Make your digital experience welcoming to everyone by genuinely including people with disabilities in its creation.

We make it easy—you make a difference.

What we do

Accessibility helps everyone. But a welcoming experience is meaningfully different—it anticipates your needs and treats you equally. And no one knows this better than people with disabilities.

This is why we genuinely include real people and specialists to give you the accessibility insights and guidance you need to make your digital experience welcoming to everyone.

Our services focus on web and video game accessibility.

A shot from behind Laetitia and Noah in their home office. They're collaborating at Noah's desk on a website audit. Noah is sitting in his desk chair and testing a page with is headmouse and speech recognition software. Laetitia is standing and leaning on his desk chair to his right. She's observing Noah's accessibility test.
A bird's-eye-view of Chesterman beach and the pine trees and mountains surrounding it in Tofino, British Columbia.

Who we are

Easy Surf is a digital accessibility consultancy with a focus on web and gaming.

Our core team includes a certified Accessibility Specialist (CPACC) and a community of Accessibility Consultants who identify as having a disability. So, we understand accessibility barriers because we've lived them. And we know what it feels like when a website or game welcomes you in.

Though small, our team is diverse in experience and rich in knowledge. And our attentive, adaptive, and genuinely inclusive approach is what sets us apart.

We operate out of Vancouver, British Columbia.

Why work with us

Boost your brand value

52% of Americans actively consider company values before making a purchase

62% of Canadians say they would be more likely to give their business to a company if they knew they supported people with disabilities.

Expand your market

22% of Canadians have a disability. That’s about 6.2 million people.

Making websites accessible benefits people without disabilities, too—like the aging population.

Reduce legal risks

In 2022, there were 3,255 lawsuits against inaccessible websites filed under the Americans with Disability Act—a 12% increase since 2021.

Desktop websites represent 97% of digital accessibility lawsuits under ADA.

Push innovation

Accessibility doesn’t hinder innovation. It is innovation. Everyday inventions that benefit everyone—like typewriters, emails, video captions, and curb cuts—were originally created for people with disabilities.