Well, if you are asking, it probably isn’t. Accessibility is usually not that hard to achieve but you have to have this in mind while creating your website, not as an after thought.
This post is written for people who are new to digital accessibility and want to learn how to improve it.Read More »Is my website accessible?
I chose to create this blog instead of using Medium (and explained it in a previous post) to be more in control, and to provide a better experience for the readers.Read More »Making this blog using WordPress – Behind the scenes
What I took back from it, plus this year: my experience as a volunteer, and lightning talk speaker.Read More »Accessibility Scotland Conference — 2019 edition
A short post to help people new to these termsRead More »Inclusion, Accessibility, Assisted digital needs - what’s the difference?
Questioning how we do things seems to be suggested everywhere you look these days: inclusion, accessibility, sustainability, ethics, ecology, data protection … there are many things to take into account when you design a service or a product.Read More »Is this the right thing to do?
Since July, I’ve been learning more about Accessibility. I did two online courses and yesterday I was at the Accessibility Scotland conference in Edinburgh (my first ever conference!) which I really enjoyed. So if you would like to learn more about it too (and really, everyone should) I thought I’d share my notes.Read More »Learning about Accessibility