I have worked with companies of all sizes, from independents to Fortune 5s, to help stand up accessibility teams and processes. Since 1993, I have ensured software and web-based applications can be utilized by people with varying levels of ability on a wide array of platforms. I am available to consult on your project. Contact me to find out how I can help.
Internet Explorer Still Does Not Go Away Today
. Tagged: browser, internet, Internet Explorer, rant, standards.
Keyboard-Only Scrolling Areas
. Tagged: accessibility, browser, Edge, Firefox, Safari, usability, UX.
The Performative A11yship of #GAAD
. Tagged: accessibility, rant.
24×24 Pixel Cursor Bookmarklet
. Tagged: accessibility, browser, standards, WCAG.
A “Best viewed with…” Gag
. Tagged: browser, css, html.
. Tagged: accessibility, css, html, pattern, usability, UX.
Brief Note on Buttons, Enter, and Space
. Tagged: browser, html, pattern, UX.
My Cease & Desist from AudioEye
. Tagged: accessibility, overlay.
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Display: Contents Is Not a CSS Reset
. Tagged: accessibility, browser, Chrome, css, Firefox, Safari, standards, tables.
#UserWay Will Get You Sued
. Tagged: accessibility, overlay, rant, standards, UX.
There Is No Document Outline Algorithm
Multi-Column Sortable Table Experiment
. Tagged: accessibility, ARIA, pattern, tables, UX.
My latest conference talk is posted: Overlays Underwhelm: a11y NYC, .
I generally keep my writing on my site, but I’ve contributed to some magazines. A longer list is on my press kit.
Quite a long time ago I worked on some books as an author and/or editor. More details are on my books page.
Current and past involvement in the wider web world. Non-web community involvement is listed on my bio.