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Free resources

Not quite ready to work with me? No worries, I've put together a list of free resources below to help you on your journey and maybe get a feel for what it would be like to work together.

My Daily Accessibility Mailing List

I've been sending messages to my email list every day since March 2024, covering topics surrounding accessibility.

  • PDFs

    • Accessibility Checklists

      A set of free checklists as PDFs for product owners, designers, developers and testers to nudge you towards a more accessible outcome by weaving accessibility into your software development lifecycle.

  • Email Courses

    • Six Days to an Accessible Website

      A free six day email course to teach you how to get the upper-hand on 1 million websites by fixing the most common accessibility issues on yours.

  • Reading

    • Glossary

      Accessibility can be tricky if you don't know what certain words mean! Here's a quick primer to clarify some concepts I felt might be too abstract.

    • Acronyms and Abbreviations

      If you've come across some funny looking abbreviations and you didn't know what they meant, then here's a list of the most common acronyms and abbreviations related to disability, technology and accessibility.

    • Books

      A list of book recommendations that explore accessibility and people with disabilities.

  • Tools

    • Email to your boss

      Getting support for accessibility efforst isn't easy. Here's an email you can copy paste and send it to your boss to convince them to invest in an accessibility subscription.

    • Open source

      A list of open source tools I created to help you on your accessibility journey.