Day 1

What I worked on today

  • Enrolled in W3Cx WAI0.1x Introduction to Web Accessibility Course on EdX
  • Completed the Introduction and Module 1: What is Web Accessibility?
  • Took notes in Notion
  • Made flashcards in Anki of key concepts
  • Signed up for HashNode and wrote my first blog!
  • Downloaded Stylus chrome extension and learned how to add a new user setting style to a webpage with CSS to override its styling.

Topics Covered

  • What is web accessibility?
  • Who uses screen readers?
  • Who doesn't use screen readers?
  • What is tunnel vision?
  • Temporary Disability
  • Situational Disability
  • Medical medical model of disability
  • Social Model of Disability


The most important thing about digital accessibility is the user experience and making sure that all people are able to work with technology. Not just people with a disability use assistive technologies. If we don't keep this is mind, we create a disability for them through bad design and or bad/code.