I've been thinking about this a lot lately. Developers have a responsibility not only to their clients and employers, but to humanity as well. When the two are in conflict, the good of humanity must take precedence.
This thread is a must-read. https://t.co/aGkWNayKVF
— Adrian Lopez (@PaladinZilch) November 20, 2018
— Simon Legg (@simonleggsays) November 20, 2018
Reminder: designers have an ethical responsibility to make accessibility part of the conversation whenever possible, as early as possible
— nate @ toronto (@onathanats) November 19, 2018
This is all enabled by developers. Think it's just data? Think again. https://t.co/E2wb21Wofb
— Chris Taylor (@mrwiblog) November 18, 2018
Also, a reluctant but necessary reminder that I don't have a job or income, and no one pays me for my time or what I do, despite years of efforts to the contrary. My council wants me to go on universal credit to pay the rent. If you'd like to help me avoid that, get in touch.
— Heather Burns (@WebDevLaw) November 16, 2018