An open letter to a lonely developer
Last week Simply Accessible published an open letter to answer a question they received from a developer. This person wanted to make things accessible with no support from their company. Does this sounds familiar? It certainly does to me. The great thing with this article is that it's filled with tips on how to improve the situation. Most importantly I think is to seek out other people, join local accessibility meetups, discuss on Twitter, start an accessibility channel on the Slack-team where you hang out. Start talking about it!