Hello. I’m a web developer with accessibility in mind
I am a WordPress developer and a certified DHS Section 508 Trusted Tester. I have a passion for building inclusive websites that are accessible to everyone.
I started building websites after I enrolled in a class at the local design school which was a birthday gift from my husband. I won a web design contest and hired by a local electronic shop soon after I graduated. Fast forward 15 years, I still enjoy learning and building websites everyday.
My current passion is accessibility. During the pandemic, I realize how important it is for everyone to be able to access information, regardless of their age and abilities. In 2021, I became a certified DHS Section 508 Trusted Tester. I have built two WordPress accessible-ready themes. I enjoy contributing to open source, mainly WordPress. I am a member of the WordPress theme review team and contribute 5 hours every week.
WordPress Kiyono Theme
Kiyono theme meets the WordPress accessibility requirements. It includes 5 different block patterns. It’s been downloaded 2,015 times as of September 2021.
Download Kiyono on WordPress.org
Yoneko Accessibility Theme
Blog style accessibility-ready theme. It includes 6 types of Japanese typographies. It’s been download 2,894 downloaded times as of September 2021
Download Yoneko on WordPress.org
I have built a website for the local youth football team using WordPress. The admin panel is configured for the coaches to be able to update the game results and roster easily by themselves.
Visit the Youth Football Team Website
How can I help you?
Although I am currently not taking any new web development projects, I’d love to take advantage of my newly acquired skill as a certified DHS Section 508 Trusted Tester. I am interested in taking on new opportunities related to web accessibility. Send me a message!