Ashlee standing in front of a brick wall looking up to her left and smiling. Her right hand is held up near her right shoulder with the palm facing upwards.

Ashlee M Boyer

You can find me talking about issues surrounding Disability, Accessibililty, & Mental Health on Twitter, or you can find me regularly live-knitting or live-coding on Twitch. You can also contact me if you're in need of a freelance web developer.

Posts with the "a11y" tag

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Three Starting Points for Making Accessible Digital Content

Accessibility can be pretty overwhelming at first. There are a lot of things to consider and it's really hard to figure out what you don't know when you're just starting out. I hope you find this…

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Build an Accessible Breadcrumb Component: Part 1 in the Accessible React Component Series

During the first stream in the accessible React component live coding series, we spun the wheel and it chose the breadcrumb component for us! While the component was extremely straightforward, I think…

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Build an Accessible React Component: The Live Series

First of all, Thank you so much! 🎉 The "Build a React & Firebase Blog Site" live stream was fantastic! I now have two posts to add to my "Build a React & Firebase Blog Site" Series and am considering…

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My Favorite Resource for Making Accessible Custom Components

I'll admit: making web apps accessible can be challenging, especially when you're new to it. It requires thinking from the perspective of disabled users and having some knowledge about the assistive…

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Why isn't our world more accessible?

Next time you walk around some city streets, take a look around. What's the sidewalk like? If it's made out of bricks, does it look very smooth or are probably half of them loose and uneven? When you…

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