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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

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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3 Things I learned transitioning from Remote to an Office

Back in October, I wrote a post about 10 things I’ve learned from working remotely , and it was a big hit. It actually made the top 7 posts…

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Beginning to Demystify ARIA

If you didn’t know this already, I usually cross post all these on DEV . When I cross-posted about why accessibility isn’t an edge case, I…

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