Articles by Sarah Horton

image of author Sarah HortonSarah Horton has over 20 years of experience helping organizations create “born accessible” technology. She is an author of books, articles, and papers on designing technology to improve quality of life. She is currently UX Strategy Lead at Harvard University, Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Southampton, and Invited Expert with Teach Access and the W3C Accessibility Guidelines Working Group.

We Need to Talk About How We Talk About Accessibility

Introduction Words matter. Despite their inadequacies, words are our best means of expression. Because we are not born with words, we learn language as a means to translate our innate selves into something comprehensible to ourselves and others. You could say language is like a two-way mirror, projecting and reflecting our identity. Our facility with […] [Read More]