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Rocket science is difficult, brain surgery is really difficult. To most people developing technology is insanely difficult, but you’ve already mastered the hard part. Creating interfaces that are usable by everyone is much easier than you think.
When it comes to creating interfaces that can be used by everyone, there is no magic ingredient and no “magic sauce”. The trick is just to let your imagination fly and code like you give a damn!
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After many years as Director of Accessibility at Nomensa, Léonie is now a Senior Accessibility Engineer with The Paciello Group (TPG) and owner of LJ Watson Consulting.
Amongst other things she is also a director of the British Computer Association of the Blind (BCAB), writes for .Net magazine and SitePoint.com, is a member of the W3C HTML and SVG working groups and the HTML Accessibility Task Force. She even appears every now and then on TV and radio to talk about technology.
In her spare time Léonie blogs on tink.co.uk, talks on the AccessTalk podcast, and loves cooking, dancing and drinking tequila (although not necessarily in that order).
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