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The A11Y Project Team

The A11Y Project Team's website

The maintainers who help run this site.

Alex Brenon

Research Assistant for ESD and Classics at UMass Amherst. Creator of Pop-Up Astronomy.

Andrew Nevins

Andrew's website

I'm a front-end developer helping people remove barriers from the Web.

Anh Pham

Anh's website

Hi! I'm software engineer based in Vancouver, Canada. I care deeply about accessibility and technology for social good.

Cameron Cundiff

Cameron's website

Cameron is a software development leader, immersive tech pioneer, and accessibility specialist.

Cooper Hollmaier

Cooper's website

Cooper (he/him) leads an award-winning accessibility team at Recreational Equipment, Inc. He's an empathetic problem solver, talented storyteller, and persistent community builder. When he's not working on accessibiltiy, you can find him playing video games, biking, running, skiing and supporting local businesses.

Daniel Sage

Daniel's website

help B2B Saas Startups increase their revenue by becoming better at selling and making products people will buy through Customer Research and Copywriting.

Dave Rupert

Dave's website

I'm Dave Rupert, lead developer at Paravel. I co-host ShopTalk, an award-winning sound effects podcast that also covers web development. I'm a dad to two wonderful kids. I live in Austin, TX; the best damn city, in the best damn state, in the best damn country, in the whole damn world.

David A. Kennedy

David's website

Designer and accessibility advocate. Curator of A11y Weekly. I help make the web fast, accessible and beautiful. Trust the process.

Duncan Jimbo

Duncan's website

Howdy! I'm Duncan, a front-end developer focused on design systems.

Emily Ogle

Emily's website

Emily Ogle (she/her) lives in a condo with her two cats. They're often subject to her photography experiments whenever she gets a new lens. Emily will someday get a real, real camera that has all the things. When not snapping a shot of her two furbabies, she is snickering whenever anyone says they live “x miles above x city,” avidly watching fantasy shows, or reading something, probably by Stephen King. She happily works in the accessibility space but slightly wishes she didn't have such solid job security (slightly) given so much need for it. She's trying to make the world a more accessible place, one cat at a time. (What? Cats deserve access to software too!)

Emma Patricios

Emma's website

I develop dynamic and responsive websites that are easy to use and look fantastic on any device.

Eric Bailey

Eric's website

I help create straightforward solutions that address a person’s practical, physical, cognitive, and emotional needs using accessible, performant, device-agnostic technology.

Erik Runyon

Erik's website

I am the Technical Director and a web developer for Marketing Communications at the University of Notre Dame.

Federico Monaco

Federico's website

Color-blind user experience designer focused on accessibility and inclusion.

Franklyn Roth

Franklyn's website

Front-End developer focused on delivering rich web applications in the vue.js and node.js ecosystems.

Dennis Gaebel

Dennis's website

I'm Dennis. I specialize in SVG Animations, UI Prototyping, Visual Design, and building Modular Atomic Design Systems for the Web. I also consult and write about it.

Guilherme Simões

Guilherme's website

I'm a Software Engineer, currently working at Sky. I have a passion for technology, data visualization and open-source.

Hamsa Harcourt

Hamsa's website

Hi, Hamsa Harcourt here, currently juggling the reins of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Technical Writing & Software Development.

Ilknur Eren

Ilknur's website

Ilknur Eren is a Software Engineer and a writer currently residing in New Jersey. Ilknur is passionate about accessibility and sharing what she learns with others.

Jamie Vanderwall

Jamie's website

UX designer, published researcher, and TBI survivor specializing in cognitive accessibility. Articles are written by myself and ChatGPT.

Johny Cassidy

Johny's website

My name is Johny Cassidy. I’m a BBC journalist by trade but also have a personal interest in digital accessibility. I’ve a huge passion for diversity and inclusion and believe strongly in the concept of inclusive design in everything we do as a society. It’s why I think more diversity is needed across all sectors. That lived experience is what will ensure all projects are being planned and carried out for the benefit of all. In October I’ll be undertaking a three-month Fellowship with the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at Oxford University where I’ll be working on a project to build a framework which will see all BBC visual data journalism made more accessible for blind and partially sighted people.

Kelly Gillit

Kelly's website

Digital designer and accessibility advocate. Skilled in leading teams across all industries and disciplines towards creating accessible design systems for all platforms.

Kilian Valkhof

Kilian's website

Creator of the Polypane browser for developers and designers, passionate about web development, accessibility and helping developers get better at their job.

Lucia Cerchie

Lucia's website

Fullstack developer passionate about web accessibility and blogging. Gets going with coffee, winds down with yoga. Always learning.

Luis Garcia

Luis's website

Father, accessibility evangelist, video gamer, proof checker, and solver of problems.

Marcy Sutton

Marcy's website

Independent web developer and accessibility specialist. Camera-toting hiker, biker, pie baker.

Martin Lexelius

Martin's website

Accessibility developer in Stockholm 🇸🇪. Occasional speaker and writer.

    Mat Marquis

    Mat's website

    My name is Mat “Wilto” Marquis, and I make websites. I’m an independent consultant. My specialization is inclusive web development.

    Matthew Higgins

    Matthew's website

    Software generalist. Avid coffee drinker. Sometimes runner.

    Michele A. Williams, PhD

    Michele's website

    UX and Accessibility Consultant.

    Monika Piotrowicz

    Monika's website

    Director of International UX at Shopify, leading a globally distributed team, localizing a product.

    Nat Tarnoff

    Nat's website

    Founder of MadHackerHaus and Rolled Up Sleeves, LLC. Advocate for accessibility in developing the internet and mobile technology.

    Rachel R. Vasquez

    Rachel's website

    Senior WordPress Developer.

    Rian Rietveld

    Rian's website

    Web accessibility specialist, developer and speaker from the Netherlands. Rian works for the WordPress agency Level Level and is a teacher for the online learning platform The A11Y Collective. She loves coding, learning, teaching and gardening.

    Scott O'Hara

    Scott's website

    Scott O'Hara is a designer and developer based outside of Boston MA. He writes code and cares a ton about building great, accessible user experiences for everyone.

    Steve Barnett

    Steve's website

    Steve is a web site maker, teacher / trainer, picture-taker, and avid gamer. He helps teams have happier customers and make better software by becoming more human-centered.

    Susan Robertson

    Susan's website

    Hi. I'm Susan Robertson, a design implementer. I spend my days thinking about HTML, CSS, accessibility and design systems.

    Scott Vinkle

    Scott's website

    Hi, I'm Scott. Web accessibility consultant and front end engineer from Toronto, Canada.

    Thomas Sjögren

    Thomas's website

    UX focused front-end developer with passion for behaviour-driven design.

    Todd Libby

    Todd's website

    Accessibility Engineer at WebstaurantStore and Invited Expert at the W3C. I have over twenty-three years of professional experience with web programming, accessibility, and design. Originally from Maine and now living in Arizona, the quest for the elusive Maine lobster roll in Arizona is over. I write articles for accessibility, I speak at conferences, and in my spare time, love to cook and read.

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