About Me

Keisha Croxton, Accessibility Certified Web Designer

Designing Community

A Few Words About Me

What I'm All About

Designing spaces for everyone is my passion. I get joy from seeing the new connections and discoveries made in the space to which I’ve contributed. I feel most fulfilled when working with groups dedicated to building community.

My Approach to Design

We get to know each other and discover your website users’ needs. The free site review outlines usability and accessibility issues on your website that may be negatively affecting your website users. Our website design focuses on their goals and how to help them reach them. As a result of this collaborative and iterative process, your website experience becomes more impactful and inclusive.

Empathy is the heart of my design ethos.

Supporting you with my expertise

Section 508 Compliance

Knowledge of the section of the U.S. Rehabilitation Act of 1973 that requires websites to be accessible to everyone.

Web Accessibility Content Guidelines

International website standards make the web more perceptible, operable, understandable, and robust for everyone.

Usability Testing

Create consistency in your website experience across all devices and platforms.

Design Thinking

People-centered creative problem solving that delivers real-world results.

UX/UI Design

Stunning visuals and comprehensive experience design for a better website.

Front-end Development

The technical production of the experience we design gives life to your website.

Diverse experience, deep insight


My familiarity with different industries and fields of design allows me to provide deep insights. Here are a few of my recent accomplishments. You can learn more about my experience by connecting with me on LinkedIn .

  • Created award-winning school websites while working at Finalsite as a web designer/front-end developer

  • Coached fellow designers on web accessibility, usability, and ADA compliance standards

  • Facilitated design-thinking workshops with a 12-person board of creatives while President of AIGA Connecticut

  • Designed and implemented a mentorship program targeted at community college students and graduates


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My Personal Life

Let's Get To Know Each Other

I’m a neurodivergent creative who loves to pursue knowledge. Activities that allow me to learn more about myself and others are my favorite. My bookshelf is overflowing with business, human psychology, and graphic design books. I am a lover of languages and spend my spare time practing Español, 中文, and Français. I am married to a wonderful man; my best friend is my daughter. My personal Instagram  gives a glimpse into my day-to-day, and that’s where you can reach out to me if you’d like to connect.