CSS speech’s history, limitations, and potential.
Why it doesn’t deliver on what it promises.
The promise of web components and what we need to consider.
What to keep in mind when dealing with accessible technology.
All the functions we can and can’t use in CSS.
How a ‘bettter’ product can work against you.
A comparison of approaches to writing and maintaining CSS.
Well, let‘s think in terms of harm reduction.
How to treat tabindex in a responsible, accessible way.
Why the A11Y Project doesn’t recommend those tools.
Ways to make an already bad situation even worse.
Let’s demonstrate how strong typing in CSS keeps the guardrails.
The presence of a small period can make a big difference.
Pros and cons of subsetting fonts to improve web performance.
Do quick-fix solutions for accessibility like accessiBe really work?
Things you need to consider.
“Nobody tells you that being an old man designer is just endless slideshow decks.”
How to make an impact on someone’s quality of online life.
There are many ways how other people experience the world.
How human-friendly CSS class names can help someone use your website.
How the cool new thing you’re building will be usable by everyone.
How modern CSS can help to create adaptive digital experiences.