After months of building, testing and revisions, I'm excited to announce the launch of my new website! This isn't just a site for services. It's a love note for accessibility, and the spaces that got me here. Where I can outline my boundaries as a disabled designer unapologetically. And give credit to the values I've learned from others.
Please take a moment to read if you have the time. Thank you to everyone who helped along the way! Karli, Jerome, Áine, Katherine, and David for your vital testing. You can find their links on the access policy page. I'm still having testing done from the disabled community. And am hoping to save up funds for more!
All my clients through the years. Every person and group on the resources page. Who's work in accessibility and inclusion have provided vital support. Jess and Amanda for geeking out over designs together. Terrell who got me obsessed with WebFlow to begin with. Garry and Alex for the photography. All the mockup sources [which are credited throughout the site]. Access is Love and Crip Time for shaping my confidence in honouring disabled bodies and minds. A wise comrade who reminded me that there's no such thing as a design emergency.
To everyone who's ever been part of my work life, that I can't fit in a caption with character limits. And I suppose my family. For putting up with me stealing all their devices for months while I tested. No one does anything alone in this world. Okay I'm done being sappy, go check it out!
Laptop mock up from mockups-design.