Creating an Accessibility Audit Report Template

Creating an Accessibility Audit Report Template

When I initially started in the accessibility space more than a decade ago there were limited resources available for learning accessibility; how to interpret Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) and record the failures of the WCAG. The official W3C documentation Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) has been very academic in nature for novices like me,…

Accessibility Champions To Follow on Social Media 

Accessibility Champions To Follow on Social Media 

In today’s digital age, accessibility is more important than ever. Ensuring that everyone, regardless of their abilities, can access and use digital content is not just a best practice—it’s a necessity. Fortunately, there are numerous advocates, experts and companies dedicated to promoting and advancing accessibility. These champions not only share valuable insights and resources but…

Understanding and Designing for Neurodiversity: My Journey with ADHD
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Understanding and Designing for Neurodiversity: My Journey with ADHD

I knew I was a bit different when I was in school. I did well academically, so it wasn’t immediately obvious that I had ADHD, which I was diagnosed with in my late twenties. As a child, everything seemed normal because I was doing well in exams, but I struggled to make friends and had…

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What Next! The Next Chapter of DigitalA11Y

Over a decade ago, I acquired the domain DigitalA11Y and began writing articles for the blog. However, it wasn’t until 2019 that I took the blog seriously. At that time, I was undergoing dialysis and needed something to focus my energy on during my free time. While working part-time, I penned my thoughts on accessibility…

Designing For Neurodiversity Resources Roundup
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Designing For Neurodiversity Resources Roundup

Recently, while going through my LinkedIn feed, I came across a list of resources for designing for neurodiversity and decided to share it here with a wider group. As someone who posts on social media, I realized that whatever we share or create on social platforms has a short lifespan and is also hard to…

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Recap of GAAD 2024 Conference at Hyderabad

Global Accessibility Awareness Day, also known as GAAD has been celebrated since 2012 on the third Thursday in the month of May every year by all the accessibility professionals, accessibility enthusiasts, accessibility advocates in and around the globe. Founded by Jo Devon and Jenison Asuncion, GAAD aims to bring digital accessibility awareness and disrupt the…