A computer with a refreshable braille display
Photo by Elizabeth Woolner on Unsplash // A refreshable braille display is one of the assistive devices folks with low or no vision opt for instead of voice assistants.

Inspired by Amy’s 100-day journey, I’m carving out 30 days to deepen my web accessibility knowledge.

By the end of these 30 days, I hope to broaden my design process to include accessibility at every stage, confidence to hold meaningful conversations with fellow designers, developers, and stakeholders, and an arsenal of resources that I can refer back to in the future.

I’m not going to be perfect, but I’m here to learn and learning is messy business. So let's get started.

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Melissa Gallagher

Melissa Gallagher

Product designer with a passion for creating inclusive user-centered experiences.