1. First-hand knowledge: what my injury revealed about web accessibility

    Written by on April 7, 2016 in Understanding accessibility

    Nic shares how the experience of injuring his hand brings up a lot that relates to our work in web accessibility. From learning and working with assistive technology to the emotional impact of dealing with an impairment, his experience shines a light on the human side of our work.

  2. Why “managing accessibility” doesn’t work (and how to do better)

    Written by on March 10, 2016 in Understanding accessibility

    The wheelchair access ramp was blocked by more than a foot of snow…and two potted trees. I was bemused and frustrated at the same time.

  3. Why accessibility is good for business (according to my mechanic)

    Written by on January 26, 2016 in Understanding accessibility

    I was lucky to find my mechanic, Pete. There was only one problem. A single, 6” step that stood between my wheelchair and his garage.