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My Mission

To help developers navigate accessibility jargon, write better code,and to empower them to make their Internet, Everyone's Internet.

Did you know?

Nearly 1 in 5 People in the U.S. Have a Disability.

What is "a11y?"

"a11y" stands for accessibility. It comes from the 11 letters between the first and last letter. This has become a common phrase for Web Accessibility.

What is this blog?

I plan to write mostly about web accessibility. However, sometimes you'll see a sprinkle of entreprenuership, mental health, and working remotely.

Recent Blog Posts

Exploring Accessibility CLI tools

Happy Tax day (at least if you’re American)! My last post was about my accessibility testing process. However, this week, I wanted to…

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My Web Accessibility Testing Process

Hi friends! It’s been a hot minute since I wrote a blog post. If you follow me on Twitter , you know that I took a very strategic break in…

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7 Ways to make your Tweets more Accessible

I wrote a tweet thread a while back where I started talking about ways to keep accessibility in mind on the platforms we use such as Twitter…

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