I’m always amazed by the creativity behind Fit, the “responsive” typeface created by @email@example.com. Amazing talk about extreme typography at @firstname.lastname@example.org. Already seen it at @email@example.com but even the second time, this talk is fascinating 🙈 #btconf
The best way to wait for @firstname.lastname@example.org’s talk: playing with an old typewriter at the @email@example.com table in @firstname.lastname@example.org 🙈♥️ #btconf
Let’s start the day 2 of @email@example.com with a great talk of @LeonieWatson@twitter.com about the secret of our brain to hear, see and think about everything around us ✌️♥️ #btconf
Do you wanna know why I love @firstname.lastname@example.org so much? Because the color scheme of my badge is matching my personal colors 😳😍💀☠️ #btconf
Regular issue with CSS: when an inline element is split on several lines, the padding and margin are not applied to the chunk/line breaks #btconf @email@example.com
Today, I have the chance to attend @firstname.lastname@example.org in Berlin! This event is maybe the most incredible one in Europe, with an amazing line-up and a great venue! Thanks @email@example.com for this tremendous work 😍 (@hj_chen on stage) #btconf
Thanks @firstname.lastname@example.org for your talk, that was really interesting 🙈✌️ I was wondering: are you attending @email@example.com? I’m working on building a design system at work and I would love to discuss more on how to push accessibility through it if you are interested to discuss more tips? :)
Maintaining an accessibility first policy is harsh: you need people to backup your frontend developers and designers, you need written guidelines and rules and you need to stop looking after the latest trends. It’s an everyday/permanent mission @firstname.lastname@example.org #a11yclub @email@example.com
You can improve click rates of buttons by improving the accessibility of these. Especially useful in e-commerce and CTA-based platforms. Click rate raised from 19% to 29% for users using skip links @firstname.lastname@example.org #a11yclub @email@example.com
On some projects, people using skip links are visiting up to half pages less than “regular” visitors. @firstname.lastname@example.org #a11yclub @email@example.com
A way to find people with assistive technologies: log focus event in skip links @firstname.lastname@example.org #a11yclub @email@example.com
Asking for users consent is ethical and improve accuracy even if it’s increasing a bit the workload and decrease the volume of answers. It’s improving trust with people with disabilities @firstname.lastname@example.org #a11yclub @email@example.com
What can you do to get analytics on your users with disabilities? Ask them. “I use assistive technologies and accept that my user data can be used to improve this usability” @firstname.lastname@example.org #a11yclub @email@example.com
Only detect your users capabilities to improve the user experience, not to split them. Always. Like with mobile vs. desktop experiences. @firstname.lastname@example.org #a11yclub @email@example.com
Queer digital product designer focusing on accessibility and fighting for a more inclusive web. Occasionally speaker. My inner-self is a raccoon.
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