Accessibility involves providing all of your users with a consistent experience regardless of their abilities. This requires designing for users with disabilities so they can perceive, understand, navigate, and interact with interfaces - both physical and digital. I was first introduced to Accessibility when exploring the Settings menu on my iPhone. It was after using a few of the features that I realized how the iPhone highlights the abilities in all people. Since then, I've been following WAI-Aria for my websites, volunteer to help the disabled community and have explored the world of native mobile accessibility.


Decentralized Information Group
Accessibility Engineer

Ocean County AMBUCS


Native Mobile Accessibility
A summary of the challenges that mobile devices introduce and a survey of the current landscape and direction of the field.


Accessibility of Mobile Apps
Research project at MIT DIG where I studied in native mobile accessibility and worked closely with the W3C.