When Sir Uncle Timbo invented the Web it was accessible by default. Developers, we broke it. Dull Old Web Farts like me wagged our fingers and advised developers to Be Nice To Cripples and sometimes shook our fists and shouted “Be careful of lawsuits”.
But by going back to basics, I’ll show you how accessibility means inclusion, and makes the web better for all – not just disabled people, but billions of new customers. So, fire up the flux capacitor and let’s go. NB: I’ll still wag my finger a bit, for old times’ sake.