Accessibility developer skills and experience can be viewed under Presentations, Demos, and Bookmarklets.

iPhone and iPad apps I've made can be found under Apps.

Two websites I built for the Accessibility Internet Rally Competition are below.

Blue Mist Band

Blue Mist Band - First Place Winner, Knowbility's AIR-Interactive Accessibility Internet Rally Competition

screenshot of blue mist band website

The live site is at http://bluemistband.com and is updated by the band directly editing the code as there was no CMS development.

1st place winner in Knowbility's AIR-Interactive (Accessibility Internet Rally) competition at South by Southwest (SXSW) Interactive 2011.

Objectives were to create a web site for a nonprofit arts group, an artist, or a musician. Blue Mist Band, an all blind band in Austin, was the perfect client for the accessible design competition.

Accessibility Statement


Blue Mist Band Screenshot of HTML5 Audio Player

Key features are a keyboard accessible HTML5 music player, contact form with accessible CAPTCHA, accessible social media integration, text resizing capabilities, alternative style sheets, and text transcripts of music samples.

The site was designed to work with assistive technologies on multiple platforms and browsers including Internet Explorer and Firefox on Windows, Safari on Mac, and Mobile Safari on iPhone and iPad.

Austin Daylily Society

daylily site screenshot

Austin Daylilly Society - First Place Winner, Knowbility's Accessibility Internet Rally Competition

Winner of AIR-Austin Formula One, 2010. Accessible Wordpress customization completed with a team of two others in an eight hour competition for an Austin non-profit. The annual competition is sponsored by the accessibility organization, Knowbility.


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