Intro to my website.

If you’re new here, I hope this page will be a good starting point to my website. If you’re a frequent visitor, you can still get a lot out of this page. Think of it like a quick reference guide. Screen reader users can have a landing page to browse without having to work through menus and trees and lists and child pages and the like.

That’s a thing people should understand right off the bat. Screen reader users are a priority for me. Making things easier on sighted people isn’t as high on my list. I guess that’s because I’m totally blind myself. I used to be legally blind until my 2017 birthday when Glaucoma robbed me of my previous 20/200 vision.

I tried to make things easier for low vision readers before I lost my vision. I hope the contrast makes it easy.

Now, onto what I do and what I’m all about. I’m an author, speaker, advocate, editor, and accessibility consultant and tester. I’m a proud gay male. I’m a journalist but I also dabble in fiction from time to time. I often start or assist in many advocacy causes. I aid research firms, teams, and companies actively researching accessibility. It’s rare that I do any of this for free.

I’m a huge advocate and consumer of audiobooks, audio dramas, and movies and TV shows with audio description. I’m a bibliophile above everything else though.

I stutter so prefer written communication.

I’ll answer emails faster than voicemails, if I even answer voicemails at all.

Below will be some quick links and screen reader tips.

Quick links.

Subscribe to my portfolio by email

Screen reader tips.

  • The navigation bar at the top of every page has child menus. It also has a landmark tag.
  • When clicking anything in my writing archive or any other category or tag page, use headings to jump titles. press enter on the title to see the content.
  • Category and tag links are beneath the author bio on posts.
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2 thoughts on “Intro to my website.”

  1. LOVED “Off The Grid”. Finished listening to it last night. I’m a blind geezer (RP/usher syndrome)My wife is from Chicago’s south side. Your book taught me a lot. I’ll be listening over and over again.

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