The numeronym “a11y” stands for digital accessibility. My interest is not primarily technical accessibility, but the overall mindset, processes and practices of designing an inclusive and universally useful digital future.
The newly established Accessibility Meetup Berlin had a great start in January, featuring speakers looking at the topic from two different angles.
Early November is beyond tellerrand time in Berlin - the cosy web and design conference hosted by Marc Thiele. Despite something like 500 attendants, this two-day event feels like a family reunion - and just like last year, the talks on offer were nothing short of mindblowing. Marc Thiele on his […]
Digital Web Magazine - Seven Accessibility Mistakes (Part 2) digital-web.com
Christian Heilmann lists and examines seven common accessibility mistakes: Believing in products without putting them to the test Taking too much responsibility: “We should help the client understand that when it comes to maintaining the product, accessibility is as much his responsibility […]