At the end of February, WebAIM published The WebAIM Million, an accessibility analysis of the homepages of the one million most visited websites.
The findings are depressing. The average site contained about 60 errors. Things went even more downhill when putting JS frameworks in the equation. As a reaction to those findings, this talk tries to shed light on some accessibility best practices regarding accessible inputs, as well as do soulsearching why we, as developers, have failed so badly.
|Accessibility, Inputs & Vue||Vue.js Berlin||June 2019|
|Don’t Worry, I’m From the Internet||Kitchen Stories Teach & Tell||April 2019|
|How We Ditched iFrames and Learned to Love <video>||Upfront #86||March 2019|