The first time I told my doctor about my sleepless nights, my shallow breaths, and my heart continually pounding against my chest was about three years ago. I didn't know what to make of it at first, and I hesitated to tell anyone about it, too, because I didn't think
I mentioned a few weeks back that I've been learning about web accessibility and mixing the things that I learned into my own work process. I've been doing it so much that I think I've gotten to the point where I was more confident in knowing what to look for.
Hey, everyone! We released the second part of our interview with Jeremy Keith. 🎉 You can download it on iTunes or on podcast stores near you. We've also been sharing some throwbacks on Twitter and Instagram to revisit some of our favorite clips. We've published some from the first few episodes
I often make the mistake of equating productivity with self-worth, and that usually turns me into an anxious mess. I'm always looking for something to do—things to go to, things to make, and things to consume that I end up being burnt out. I was just re-listening to a
Accessibility is something that I didn't really give much consideration in the past. I've always thought that since I didn't know any people who were blind or disabled that I didn't have to worry about it at all. In my mind, people who were disabled were such a small part