2019 Accessibility Blog Wrap-up

Links to my most read stories, most impactful stories, and favorite stories

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Most Widely Read

Accessibility and Dark UI Themes — As of December 30, this article has been read more than 5000 times, a goal that I did not even dream of when I first started writing.

Most Impactful

Advice for the Aspiring Accessibility Tester — This is the article that I’ve referred people to more often than any other. It is perfect for people thinking about a career change, or just getting out of school. I also gave an expanded version of this article as a talk at the Accessibility Camp Bay Area last February.

My Favorites

Separate but Equal is Never OK — Having a separate accessible website being considered acceptable is one of my greatest fears as an accessibility manager. Fortunately a large government organization said this approach is not OK, and issued a hefty fine with their opinion.

Blogger, disability advocate, nerd. Bringing the fire on ableism. A11y Architect @ VMware. Wheelchair user w/ a deaf daughter. CS, Law, and Business background

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