Eric Eggert

Eric Eggert is an accessibility advocate living in Essen, Germany, currently working for the W3C’s Web Accessibility Initiative, helping the WCAG and EO Working Groups to make accessibility information easier to find and use. He is co-editor of the W3C Web Accessibility Tutorials. He also co-owns a small agency for web development and consulting, called outline. When he is not working or giving talks about web topics, he enjoys a game of pool, a festival, or a movie.

  1. The Accessibility Mindset

    Eric Eggert

    Eric Eggert celebrates the simplicity of making websites accessible and, when accessibility is as fundamental to a project as performance and code quality, how it can improve the experience for all users. The web, like a gleeful cheer of “Merry Christmas” at yuletide, is for everyone.