Suz Hinton: When we talk about accessibility in the tech industry, most conversations are centered around the concept of the end user: people with varying levels of technical skills who interact with the software that we write for them.
There is, however, another accessibility discussion that we should be having: how accessible are the tools we code for other developers, our colleagues, our open-source communities, our peers?
Recommendation: Explore Eric Bailey’s project Empathy Prompts to encounter some of the scenarios that impact the digital experiences of others.
Just like there is no perfect average end user, there is no perfect average programmer. Every one of us is different when it comes to…