The word Disabled with capitalized ‘D’ is what got me into Front-end development. It got me a career because of my frustration with Front-end developers who had no qualms about leaving people who need to use assistive technology behind. Unfortunately being surrounded by abled people all the time made me hide even more my invisible disabilities.
Not all disabilities are treated equally and you can’t create 100% accessible space. Those two rules are absolute. What you can do is to create things which can be easily made accessible. CSS Tricks is tricky but it can be made accessible for a subset of people living with anxiety.
Couple of years ago I had to make a switch from Windows to Mac because Windows lacked affordable accessibility features. Now it’s time to go back.