The NSW-based CDAH (Community Disability Alliance Hunter) builds the capacity of peers to develop, organise and lead peer groups and develop peer mentoring relationships that enable peers to share their experiences and learn together. When CDAH contacted Blick wanting a website that met AA accessibility standards and reflected its staff, audience, and members we embarked on our signature inclusive process. We took a brief via a collaborative virtual (Zoom-based) process that included roughly 15 participants, all with lived experience of disability and a great amount of knowledge and enthusiasm. Their valuable input helped us to create a website that they can easily manage themselves and that is engaging and useful to their audiences. The result was a truly accessible website with booking and fundraising capacity, that is uncluttered and approachable.