I make the places you can visit from a computer better for everyone, not just the people it is easy for.

I’m an accessibility-focused multilingual designer and frontend developer who knows that inclusive design can exist in the heart of form and function, without compromising either.

For the past eight years I’ve been making websites and experiences that are accessible and usable for everyone. I focus on typography, information architecture and inclusive design patterns.

From having the pleasure of writing about accessibility for Net magazine to speaking at conferences about the importance of accessibility and having other work used by tens of thousands of people on a daily basis, my wonderful wife and son always keep me grounded.

I wouldn’t be half the man I am without them.

Born and raised in Finland, we now live in the UK. A few years ago we packed a bag each and moved here for what, so far, has been quite an adventure.

Carlos Eriksson in the flesh.
Here I am, trying my best to look thoughtful. Photo by Stephen Thomas Cole.

Inquisitive and critical by nature, I get genuinely excited about learning new things whether it’s another tool to add to the arsenal or baking exquisitely complicated cupcakes.

I’m available for full-time employment.