Aron Janecki, Disability, Usability and Accessibility Consultant

Disability, Usability, and Accessibility Consultant

Aron loves learning coding techniques and analysing how they affect the user journey. Aron’s dedication to accessibility was clear for us at Dig Inclusion to see. He spent his evenings learning, going to accessibility events and even rewrote the entire WCAG 2.1 guidelines into plain language as part of his learning and to support his understanding of accessibility. He has an in-depth knowledge of all conformance criteria.

Aron loves learning coding techniques and analysing how they affect the user journey. He spent his evenings learning, going to accessibility events and even rewrote the entire WCAG 2.1 guidelines into plain language as part of his learning and to support his understanding of accessibility. He has an in-depth knowledge of all conformance criteria. Aron is also a member of the ACT Rules Community Group – hosted by W3C. Membership of this community group includes reviewing of rules and proposing new rules. Key areas of interest:
  • Web accessibility auditing to WCAG 2.1 conformance
  • User-centred design
  • Research and development of new technologies and coding techniques
  • Code solutions for companies
Aron is the latest member of the Dig Inclusion team. By working as an IT volunteer, he has helped many disabled and older people in removing technology-related barriers. It has helped him develop an understanding of what are the typical "user pain-points" and how to avoid them. He is thorough and methodological in his approach to testing, and he loves learning.  

Multiple Navigation Panels and Their Labelling at Apple inc.

The Importance of Navigation System
They are a crucial part of any website. Steve Krug, in his book: “Don’t Make Me Think” says that a good navigation system should answer the following questions:

Where am I?
How did I get h…

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