Sylvia Plath: The Bell Jar Esther Greenwood is brilliant, beautiful, enormously talented, and successful, but slowly going under—maybe for the last time. In her acclaimed and enduring masterwork, Sylvia Plath brilliantly draws the reader into Esther’s breakdown with such intensity that her insanity becomes palpably real, even rational—as accessible an experience as going to the […] … More

It’s 2017…Where Is The Hype For Disabilities In Young Adult Books

Disclaimer this post will mainly focus on Autsim in books as this directly relates to me as I have a brother that is on the spectrum and I’m able to see good rep from bad (most of the time all situations differ) but I do know that we need more hype for ALL disabilities that … More It’s 2017…Where Is The Hype For Disabilities In Young Adult Books

Setting up an Accessible Web Page: Introduction to Inclusive Design (A UX Accessibility Blog Series)

This UX Accessibility Blog Series, “Setting Up An Accessible Web Page,” will walk you through the basic elements of an accessible web page in hopes that you can take what you’ve learned an apply it to more complex pages. This blog series is loosely based on Heydon Pickering’s book “Inclusive Design Patterns: Coding Accessibility Into […] … More Setting up an Accessible Web Page: Introduction to Inclusive Design (A UX Accessibility Blog Series)

Web Accessibility – Ken’s View Get’s an ‘A.’

When building a website we need to look past the analytical process and position ourselves from the user’s perspective. Engaging a website should become a complete experience for the user, we want the user to understand the document from every angle so they come back time and time again enjoying the same experience. In a […] … More Web Accessibility – Ken’s View Get’s an ‘A.’

Is The Promise Of Being Inclusive Fading in America?

  The title is a conundrum as it really hides other underlying themes that question…what’s ahead for all persons as we navigate into 2017 with a more divided country in terms of ethnicity and classifications. As an American, I am an unwilling witness to many acts that are diminishing the best attributes about us and … More Is The Promise Of Being Inclusive Fading in America?