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Bryce Johnson
My message. To my friends & colleagues who wish for a day when consulting is not needed. You’re wrong πŸ™‚ There will always be new tech, creating new interfaces, dreamed up by new designers & engineers where it is unfair to expect insightfulness without experience
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Bryce Johnson May 15
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The job will never be done. Strap in.
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meredith ✨ πŸ”œ #NZGDC May 16
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Hell yeah! Good rallying cry. Happy !
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Aaron Espinoza May 16
Replying to @brycej
There will come a day when accessibility consultants Won’t be needed. Don’t be scared.
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Brandon the Broken πŸ”œ TwitchCon 2019 May 16
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β€œIt’s unfair to expect insightfulness without experience.β€œ Mind if I steal that quote from you?
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Robert Ferguson May 16
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Absolutely brilliant message!
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Bryce Johnson May 16
Replying to @accessiblegamer
Dude you take whatever you want πŸ™‚
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Brandon the Broken πŸ”œ TwitchCon 2019 May 16
Replying to @brycej
It’s probably the first thing anyone should be saying to a game developer when asking to demo for an accessibility review. It’s the kind of phrase that puts everybody in the room at ease, and I really like it.
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Vivek CyborG/ohil πŸ€– May 16
That's the dream.
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Bryce Johnson May 16
I disagree and ultimately I think it’s dangerously complacent. We thought Windows Accessibility was done, then Apple showed all of us something new in iOS. New things require us to re-examine. Aaron, Vivek listen to your elders πŸ‘¨πŸΌβ€πŸ¦³ aka I’m old and experienced this cycle already.
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Vivek CyborG/ohil πŸ€– May 16
Haha, Yes Sir. What I meant was in a dream world where accessibility is existing everywhere, accessibility consultants should just be called consultants.
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Ian Hamilton May 16
When a11y exists everywhere someone will invent something new and everyone will forget what they learned in excitement over the new shiny. Seen it time & time again. Saw a nice quote similar to Bryce's, that's accessibility's work will be done soon after people stop innovating.
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Ian Hamilton May 16
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Michael Tucker May 16
Hey, listen here. Si's the best. Know what I'm saying, Jack?
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Aaron Espinoza May 16
Replying to @brycej @uncannyvivek
In the future when new technology is invented people will know better than to release it without it being accessible to everyone.
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