Hi, my name is Olivier Nourry, and I’m here with a purpose.
In February 2005, I discovered what Web accessibility meant. In a second, I knew it was the indisputably right thing to do. And that it had to be done by any possible means. The second after, I also realized that not everybody would agree with this opinion. And that, if I can be of some help with the first point, the second point needed attention too. The blog you are reading is my stepping stone on this path.
To know more about me, you can follow me on Twitter, or check my about.me profile.
This blog is personal, independent, and any opinion I express here is mine, and mine only. Same thing for the guests.
The photo in the background (the bizarre, wide-eyed animal) has been taken during a fantabulous trip in Oceania (no wonder then that we named our daughter Océane). I would have loved telling you that it’s a subtle allegory of what this blog is about. But, no. Well, not that much.