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I'm a front-end developer helping people remove barriers from the Web.
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.
help B2B Saas Startups increase their revenue by becoming better at selling and making products people will buy through Customer Research and Copywriting.
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.
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!)
I help create straightforward solutions that address a person’s practical, physical, cognitive, and emotional needs using accessible, performant, device-agnostic technology.
Color-blind user experience designer focused on accessibility and inclusion.
UX designer, published researcher, and TBI survivor specializing in cognitive accessibility. Articles are written by myself and ChatGPT.
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.
I am a Front-end developer and Technical writer.
Creator of the Polypane browser for developers and designers, passionate about web development, accessibility and helping developers get better at their job.
Accessibility developer in Stockholm 🇸🇪. Occasional speaker and writer.
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.
…and maybe you!
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