Hi there, I’m Aaron and I work on the web.

Every day I strive to make the web more accessible, open, and equitable place for people to live and work.

Over the last 26 years, I’ve written 3 books (contributing to 17 more) and 54 articles with that focus. I’ve also presented on these and related topics at over 146 events in 59 cities across the globe.

I’m a Principal Program Manager on the Microsoft Edge team, where I oversee—among other things—our investments in Progressive Web Apps and developer UX. I’m deeply involved in culture work within Microsoft, leading a team providing allyship training and do a lot of internal consulting in and around inclusive design. I’m also a spec editor at the W3C, a former manager of the Web Standards Project, Editor-in-chief of A List Apart, and the founder of the Web We Want.

If you’re interested in learning more about what I’m up to, you can check out what I’m working on right now.