P.J. Gardner is a professional Web Accessibility Consultant and former front-end web developer.
My goal is to share my creativity with others. Welcome to a gathering of my hobbies and interests. These are some of the web sites I have created for fun.
In late summer 2017, P.J. and Arjan drove across America for over five weeks to view the solar eclipse and visit national parks and other sights in the U.S. and Canada.
In Summer 2016, P.J. and Arjan traveled for seven weeks—first in Northern Europe for a month and then across the Atlantic by cruise ship for 18 days, from Rotterdam back to Boston. This trip is essentially the reverse of our Voyage of the Vikings trip in 2014, with some new locations thrown in.
In Summer 2014, P.J. and Arjan traveled for 40 days—first across the Atlantic by cruise ship and then across Northern Europe by car and train. This travel blog features over 35 posts and pages, and over 200 photographs. Share in the journey!
In 2012, P.J. and Arjan took a two-month driving trip across the USA! There are over 65 posts and pages, and over 185 photographs. See where we went.
I inherited over 375 vintage postcards from my Great Aunt Esther. On our cross-USA driving trip in 2012, I took over 75 modern photographs that match as many of her vintage postcards as I could find on our way.
Some of my photographs are on public display. Recent albums include:
This is my WordPress blog. So far, I have mostly posted about friends and family I admire.
My sister Barbara Gardner's massage therapy business, located in sports rehabilitation and physical therapy clinics in Winter Park and Orlando, Florida.
My father's private journal, written between January 1989 and February 1993. My father was an aeronautical engineer who worked on the landing gear for the first trip to the moon. This journal is his personal view on his own private world.
My maternal grandfather, Robert Zoeller, was a recognized professional marine artist living and working on Long Island, New York, with his wife, artist Sara Whitney Olds. The web site features a gallery, some history, information about the Zoeller family, and the 2010 opening for one of my grandfather's murals.
Gardner Information Design, Inc. is my own Web Accessibility consulting business. I am available for consulting engagements and freelance work to help companies and organizations meet Web Accessibility guidelines, and make their web sites and web applications more accessible for everyone.
Boston-IA was the Web Accessibility organization I founded in 2003, active until 2010. The purpose of Boston-IA was "Making Internet Accessibility Mainstream". Boston-IA advocated for web sites that are accessible for people with disabilities. The site still contains many resources that remind web professionals to take into account the special needs that all people bring to surfing the internet.