Emery is always on GitHub and forking projects they are curious about. They have made over 1000 contributions this year and issues lots of PR's. Emery manages two FOSS projects and is always looking for ways to improve them. Some of their projects involve accessibility, so they want to learn more. Emery is often learning from StackExchange and posting questions to the community there.
Emery just has one eye, but that doesn't stop them. Unfortunately, some VR solutions don't work for them, and they feel sick if there is too much animation on the screen.
Learning best practices about accessibility, particularly for dynamic sites
Will the site have motion on it that makes me feel sick?
Worried the site won't respect my need for reduced motion
Sometimes disables images on their browser to not worry about them
Sites that are visually more complicated than needed