Most of my github work revolves around accessibility. My primary focus at the moment is vision. ChromaFocus LITE (recent release) is showcased separately as an improvement on existing contrast/colorblind color pickers. Dystextify is an experiment in testing various strategies that affect a wide-range of reading disorders, many which contradict (ironically) the needs of other disability groups. Other ideas include a MathML reader and a graphics-to-Braille “painter”.
ChromaFocus LITE (demo) is a proposed improvement on existing contrast/colorblind color-pickers. Unlike existing solutions, ChromaFocus gives enhanced visual feedback for contrast and colorblind color-picking, allowing designers/developers anticipate the effects of their choices. Current color-pickers cannot do this, providing only provide pass-fail results and colorblindness sims that are “after the decision”. Knowing the effect in advance offers “insight” into design for a11y.