Accessiblity

Advice for speakers

Reading Time: 5 minutes I’ve just finished catching up with many talks from the SDinGOV Conference. So here are some thoughts on what made a speaker better than another for me. Note: This is only my point of view. I attend a lot of events (all of them online since 2020), I don’t have… Read More »Advice for speakers

An invisible side of M.E.

Reading Time: 10 minutes I rarely talk about it. It’s the first time I write about it. It’s not secret though, if asked directly, I’ll say it: I have M.E. also known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or CFS/ME. Most people don’t know what this means, including GPs and other health practitioners and some even… Read More »An invisible side of M.E.

Advocating for accessibility

Reading Time: 2 minutes For Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) this year, I’ve been creating short videos to raise awareness for people I work with. They are based on slides which could be adapted by others if they want to advocate for accessibility too. 5 themes From experience, in a work context, we usually… Read More »Advocating for accessibility

Is my website accessible?

Reading Time: 11 minutes

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 for people who are new to digital accessibility and want to learn how to improve it.

screenshot of the website Lingscars.com . There is text, drawings pictures everywhere, very flashy colours, different fonts, everything is competing for your attention
Example of a terrible website. You can see it for yourself warning: flashing colours, sounds, animations and more …
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