In a role reversal, for the first episode of the second year of the show – I’m the one being interviewed 🙂 Léonie Watson was kind enough to chat with me. It was fun to be on the other side of things 🙂
Continue Reading E53 – Interview with Nic Steenhout – Part 1
Eric says that accessibility
“is a foundational principle of the web. Like literally the web is built on accessibility. The original specs don’t necessarily call it that, but that’s an organizing principle of the web. And to try to ignore it or overcome it is a lot like trying to paddle upstream”.
Continue Reading E52 – Interview with Eric Meyer – Part 2
Eric talks about accessibility, of course, and semantics, and frameworks, and more! The
web prioritises ubiquity over consistency and a lot of these– there have been a lot of attempts to prioritise consistency over ubiquity.
Continue Reading E51 – Interview with Eric Meyer – Part 1
Continuing my conversation with Bri Norton. She reminds us that making accessible sites is good for people with disabilities, but it’s also good for our future selves who may have impairments in the future!
Continue Reading E50 – Interview with Bri Norton – Part 2
In this second part of my chat with Laura Kalbag, she tells us that there’s no conventional wisdom about accessibility. She also suggests that if we pick an “easy win”, it’ll often be at the detriment of other accessibility needs.
Continue Reading E48 – Interview with Laura Kalbag – Part 2
Today, I’m speaking with Laura Kalbag, a designer and author who focuses on accessibility. She says we shouldn’t ignore accessibility just because it can be hard.
Continue Reading E47 – Interview with Laura Kalbag – Part 1
Val explains how one of her frustrations is that accessibility is a difficult topic to bring up or discuss. She ads that “Accessibility isn’t a weird little pet project – it has real impact on real people”.
Continue Reading E44 – Interview with Val Head – Part 2