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  1. Web Accessibility Specialist - certified!

    Almost a year ago I set myself a challenge to attain certification as a Web Accessibility Specialist (WAS). This is a summary of how I prepared for the exam, and hopefully some motivation for others to learn more about web accessibility.

  2. My 2010s

    A decade-end review of my life to date seems almost too much to achieve in a digestible short read but here we go!"

  3. IndieWebCamp Berlin 2019

    IndieWebCamp was back in Berlin again this month for a weekend of talks, discussion and making, along with a meeting for IndieWeb organisers the day before.

  4. My second btconf Düsseldorf

    I’m just back from an extended stay being a tourist in The Netherlands following Beyond Tellerrand conference (btconf) in Düsseldorf, Germany. As with last year the conference had a great atmosphere from start to finish and I’d a great time meeting up with those I’d first met last year or even before then as well as a few new faces.

  5. Progressive Web Apps for museums

    What can Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) do for museums? ..that’s what I’m intrigued to ask and discuss why they provide a great opportunity for museums to explore having to enhance the visitor experience onsite and back at home.

  6. Two weeks on the West Coast

    For the past two weeks I’ve been solo travelling about a selection of places on the West Coast in Canada and the USA. It’s been a great experience with almost wall to wall sunshine throughout!

  7. DIBI 2016

    A rich, diverse range of talks and people meeting together to talk designing great UI and UX for the web.