In light of recent information regarding accessibility and inclusion, I realized I made two glaring mistakes with this site. As a result of these mistakes, I have to take the moment to share my decision to redesign this site with you.
With 1 out of 7 humans on this planet having some kind of disability or as I prefer to call it, human condition, it is a no brainer to design for accessibility first.
Why design for accessibility first?
It’s simple math.
100 percent accessibility equals 100 percent accessibility.
Anything less than 100 percent accessibility equals less than 100 percent accessibility.
With that said, I thank you for your patience as I fix my first mistake.
With the evolution of the Internet and technology, it appears that designing a website first for mobile devices, then for bigger screens, will allow you to achieve 100 percent access on all screens.
I thank you for your patience as I fix my second mistake.
Your feedback matters.
It is going to take me some time to ensure this site is 100 percent accessible.
In the meantime, if you are experiencing something that is not accessible to you, please take a moment to fill out the Site Accessibility Feedback form.
If you are interested in learning more about various accessibility issues, I encourage you to join us on one of my favorite Twitter chat where we discuss accessibility and inclusion, AXSChat.com.