If you’re ignoring part time applicants, you’re disproportionately ignoring women and disabled people, and the skills they bring.
Being in pain – physical or emotional – affects our cognitive capacity. We can all learn lessons from the pandemic to bring into content design work.
Lockdown has given us an opportunity to revise our idea of normal to keep it accessible and inclusive.
How a bricked up door got me thinking about how we should take ownership of our design choices and who they are disabling.
I will never stop striving to make content easier to read. My assumed job title of Content Accessibility Champion sums up everything I’ve been trying to do in my career.
As I leave the my role in University of Edinburgh website publishing after a decade’s work, here’s my final plea to you all to keep real human beings at the centre of digital publishing.
Making your content accessible is more important, not less so, during an emergency.