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Why I built accessthisability.com

Web accessibility ensures that people of all abilities can perceive, understand, navigate, interact with, and contribute to the applications you create — essentially this means that the applications are Perceivable, Operable, Understandable and Robust. Let me start by saying — I don’t identify as having any disabilities. However, as you may see from my goals for 2018, I like being able to help others (especially those who are disadvantaged), in whatever way I can. ...

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Find your way around the openmakers community

Why am I building an #openmakers list? Personally, I get huge amounts of inspiration from reading makers stories on Twitter & on Indie Hackers. It’s awesome to read & hear their stories in an authentic way. I & other makers can empathise with their struggles and are happy when they are successful. Like all of my side projects, I started this to scratch my own itch. I’m tired of scrolling through my Twitter feed searching for random posts — what I want to be able to do is visit a centralised place where I can just see a list of makers who are open in their approach. ...

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My 2018 half year report card

Jan What did I launch? Nothing. Mainly spent recovering from the festivities, setting goals and prepping like a boss. Feb What did I launch? Accessthisability. Read why I built accessthisabibility.com. What would I have done different? I’m not sure that customer’s understand the value proposition. I’m not sure I understand the value proposition. Also, I don’t have a direct way to monetise with hindsight I would have a product to monetise and then launch on Product Hunt. ...