Storytelling in HTML: practical accessibility

A web page can be perfectly WCAG 2 proof, but if it doens’t tell a story, it’s still a puzzle for people that depend on a braille line or a screen reader.
Set yourself in the place of someone who get’s your web page read out loud linearly and the only clue she has on what the structure is, are headings and links.

Jet lag and double Dutch at WCSF14

I’m more productive discussing stuff in writing than in real life. Using Slack (which I love) and posting responses on tickets is a better way for me to get my voice heard.

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