Since 2008, the accessibility’s mission has been to raise awareness about, you guessed it, accessibility — but not just for disabled users – for everybody. I hope my style and approach to the subject shows it need not be some super technical, overwhelming goal. Quite the opposite — you can improve accessibility very easily by baking it into your own best practices.
I’ve been researching and following accessibility for almost ten years now. That journey encompasses all kinds of digital experiences, from web sites to video games.
I’m a User Experience designer professionally, and I firmly believe accessibility and UX go hand in hand. You can’t have one without the other.