My name is Darice de Cuba, born and raised in Aruba. Residing in The Hague, Netherlands. Speaks a good amount of Papiamento, Spanish, English, Dutch, and some basic Dutch sign language. I can also lipread in all previously mentioned languages. Works as a front-end developer with a passion for inclusive design. I am also a speaker who gives talks about inclusive design and accessibility. You can reach me at darice [at] darice.org
I also write elsewhere in Dutch. About a variety of topics from personal experience.
You can listen to my interview for the Dutch podcast “Ziek” or read the transcript. About being chronically ill. I also have a video interview where I talk about inclusiveness with Matthew Oliphant.
- Late-deaf since 2007
- Red Haired
- Reading; currently into science fiction
- Writing; blogs and newsletters
- Cooking and food in general, I keep a food guide of my go-to places in The Hague.
- Photography; shooting with my phone, Oppo Reno 2, and my Lumix LX100ii
This website has been around since 2003. Supplied by Macintosh, late-night coding, and eager youth. These days it sees a new post once in a while. The current design, Minimalista 2.1, is my playground to try new CSS3 techniques and font combinations. All photos are mine or from Unsplash
simplicity is the ultimate sophistication -Da Vinci