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Authentic conversations so far...

This is an archive of the email messages I sent to my daily mailing list since March 12th, 2024. Enjoy!

Our default stance is being reactive to accessibility issues. Unless you become passive, you're doing fine.

If you want change

Both people who want change and those who want to change play a role in advancing web accessibility.

Impact Cards is a game to help everyone learn about a few different disabilities and how the web affects persons with these disabilities.

Why companies often opt for quick fixes over long-term solutions, and what are the benefits of a proactive approach to digital inclusion.

How could that work?

Re-frame statements that reflect common misconceptions about accessibility into more constructive questions.

The purpose of the Focus Finder game is to prioritise a list of ideas to just a few you'll explore further.

Invisible barriers

Our design choices on the web have an often-overlooked impact on people with diverse cognitive abilities.

This Sunday's joke features the accessibility police and image alternative texts.

Meaningful change in accessibility is a journey with countless little baby steps. It's not a single huge step that we need to focus on.

Just get it done

You don't have to build this long-term sustainable solution to every accessibility problem. Sometimes you just need to get it done.

Scoring 100 in the Accessibility section in Lighthouse doesn't mean people with disabilities can effectively use your website.

Hanlon’s Razor

Never attribute to malice that which can be adequately explained by neglect, ignorance, or incompetence.


Tomorrow is the magical land where with minimal effort you'll make all your accessibility worries go away.

The more you know, the more you have to put aside when training others. It's more useful to start the process from where they are.

If you're missing the right processes for people to rely on, even well-funded accessibility projects can fail.

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