we’re all human (WAH) is a group of creative individuals. We’ve all had extensive experience working in media, design and publishing.

In 2020 we started to discuss accessibility together. As a result, we created WAH to support people to create accessible digital spaces.

Angela Stapleford
Co-founder & Writer

Angela smiling widely. She is a white person wearing large glasses with her hair pulled back.

Opposing injustice has always been important to me. Working with WAH has empowered me to embrace my autistic and disabled self. I’m determined to oppose ableism and make the internet more accessible and inclusive.

Sabrina Tirvengadum
Co-founder, Artist, & Designer

Sabrina is a brown-skinned woman with long dark brown wavy hair. She has a soft smile in the photo.

Hey, I’m Sabrina. I’m small d deaf/hard of hearing and a second-generation immigrant from Mauritius. I love visual art, film and photography.

I’m an experienced web developer and digital designer. I’ve worked in the fashion industry and with disability-led organisations.

I create designs that improve accessibility. I also want to support other designers to build a more inclusive digital world.

Mark Allred
Video editor and WAH Champion

Mark, a white-skinned man with short brown wavy hair and grey eyes. He’s looking at the camera and wearing a white t-shirt with the we’re all human logo on.

Hello, I’m Mark. While working in communications and design I became aware of exclusion. I could see that big parts of society didn’t have the same access to the internet as I have. I’d made work with accessibility in mind. But it wasn’t until I met Sabrina that I started to learn more about it and try to put it at the forefront of what I do.

There are various pressures that can make it difficult to create accessible work. But I’m hopeful that increasing awareness and changing attitudes will make it a lot easier.