Congrats to Web Axe on its 5 Year Anniversary

It’s been far too long since I last posted! Shameful, I know. I wish I had a great excuse, but I don’t. Blogging is a firm commitment, and sometimes it’s easy to falter.

I wanted to take a moment tonight to call attention to a great accessibility blog’s milestone. Web Axe is celebrating its five year anniversary.

If you haven’t had the opportunity, check out what they’ve got going on. It’s really an excellent resource by Dennis Lembree and Ross Johnson.

I’m honored that they asked me to supply an audio contribution to their Podcast #84, Web Axe 5-Year Anniversary. While it reminded me that I’d need plenty of practice were I to ever entertain doing my own podcast, it was a fun experience expressing thoughts about Web Axe and accessibility as a whole. It’s also really cool to include myself among the ranks of noted accessibility voices like Bruce Lawson of Opera, Jennison Asuncion (whom I interviewed on this blog earlier this year), Tom Babinszki of Even Ground, and others.

As I mention in my piece, when I first jumped into the subject of web accessibility, Web Axe was one of the first blogs that I came across. Whether you’re an expert on the subject (if such a thing is possible) or just getting started, do make a point of reading their posts and listening to their podcasts.

You’ll find that the posts and podcasts have a down-to-earth, plainspoken style in delivering news, tips, tricks and all sorts of accessibility knowledge.

Keep doing an awesome job, guys! You’re an inspiration to all of us striving to make a difference in the field.

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