About Me

The name "Debra" is Hebrew in origin. The biblical name was made famous by the Jewish prophetess and judge that led her people to victory in a very turbulent time. The original meaning of the name is a stinging bee.

I am a user advocate and evangelist working from the perspective of the user. Accessibility principles improve usability, and a well-designed site is more accessible.

I explore ways that Accessibility and User Experience practices make for a delightful experience for the human at the other end of the process.

I am an effective communicator at all levels and a strong leader and team member. My subject matter expertise includes user experience design, usability, gamification, information architecture, accessibility, site structures, navigation, wireframes, prototyping, scenarios, standards-compliant front-end development, and expertise with design and office software.



While we benefit from bees by their pollination and honey they collect, they are opportunistic, and will seek syrups, sugar, fruit juices, and other sweet substances within easy access when flowers are not available.
While syrups and fruit juices may be easily accessible, flowers make the best honey. I am not satisfied with an easy answer. I seek until I find the best solution, the premium nectar to produce the sweetest honey.



No other creature could complete the work of this unique insect. More than 100 agricultural crops in the United States depend on bees for pollination. Beeswax and royal jelly are also harvested for their beneficial properties.
No other worker bee can do the job the way I do. My unique background brings a blend of skills and experience that cannot be duplicated


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