I curate and redesign content for the benefit of real people: evaluating, sifting, reorganizing, and recreating information until it aligns, progresses, and informs cleanly. There is often a chasm between what we intend to present and how we present it because we have difficulty imagining experiences and knowledge bases other than our own.
Who needs to know what you have to share and how they will best receive that information? I can work with you to clarify your focus and distill your messaging, then teach you to present that cleaner content in accessible ways.
Context is everything: I teach others to create an accessible experience for real users in their real environments. How, where and upon what device content will be absorbed should inform every moment of that content's creation. Instead of being overwhelmed by the elusiveness of 100% digital accessibility, I teach others to use data to triage accessibility issues and focus on fixes that will benefit the most people.
Mindset fuels motivation: When we fear the enormity of accessibility compliance and designing for all users, we develop habits of avoidance. When we choose to learn and perfect small habits that layer upon each other over time, each victory then fuels the next area of research and application. Thinking positively about changing digital experiences for the betterment of humanity has a wonderful effect upon our own motivation. We can do this!