Laura Kalbag

Laura Kalbag

Designer and Co-Founder at Small Technology Foundation, advocating for and building small technology designed to increase human welfare, not corporate profits. Designs, talks, and writes about web, ethics, inclusivity, privacy, and development. I wrote a book called Accessibility For Everyone.

Twitter: @laurakalbag

Biographies for publication

Short biography

Laura Kalbag is a British designer living in Ireland, and author of Accessibility For Everyone from A Book Apart. She’s co-founder of Small Technology Foundation, a tiny two-person-and-one-husky not-for-profit organisation. At Small Technology Foundation, Laura works on a web privacy tool called Better Blocker, and initiatives to advocate for and build small technology designed to increase human welfare, not corporate profits.

Full biography

Laura Kalbag is a British designer living in Ireland, and author of Accessibility For Everyone from A Book Apart. She’s co-founder of Small Technology Foundation, a tiny two-person-and-one-husky not-for-profit organisation. At Small Technology Foundation, Laura works on a web privacy tool called Better Blocker, and initiatives to advocate for and build small technology designed to increase human welfare, not corporate profits.

On an average day, Laura does everything from design and development, learning how to run a sustainable not-for-profit, and trying to make privacy, and broader ethics in technology, accessible to a wide audience. You can find her making design decisions, writing code, nudging icon pixels, or interpreting a privacy policy into something humans can understand. Sometimes she speaks at conferences and writes articles too.

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