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Accessibility Statement

I believe in removing barriers that prevent the world and the internet from being accessible to all. The reality is that most of us live in a deeply ableist society, where many are prevented from having equal access to resources, information and services.

I am committed to making my corner of the internet a place that is conscious of its users, conscious of its environmental impact, and free from obstacles that prevent everyone from accessing and enjoying it.

What I do

I aim to be compliant with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 Level AA.

I spend a great deal of time thinking through the structure, layout, and representation in code of the sites I build. I do my best to educate myself in best practices regarding accessible and ethical web design, and spend a lot of time reading articles, blogs, and tutorials surrounding accessible design and code.

I do my best to thoroughly best each page. I do this through a combination of the following:

  • this fantastic A11y Project checklist
  • Google Lighthouse (which catches things like color contrast)
  • manual testing with a screen reader
  • manual testing with keyboard navigation

Web Browsers

I build for modern browsers, which offer the most accessibility and usability without much javascript. I don't cater to Internet Explorer, which I think is acceptable given that it is only legacy enterprise and government systems that use it anymore. It is good practice to keep your browser up to date, and I would urge you to do that.


If you find any part of this site difficult to use, please drop me a line and let me know. I will do my best to improve that page / feature as quickly as possible.