Hi! My name is Manuel and I’m a front end developer from Vienna. I’m a freelancer and especially interested in accessibility, performance and web standards in general.
The CSS Grid Layout specification is one of the most exciting additions to CSS in the last few years. It comes with a variety of new properties, units, functions and related specs, but it also entails new dangers. In this talk Manuel gives a quick introduction to CSS Grid Layout and confronts said dangers by explaining what’s problematic about them and providing alternative solutions. You’ll learn what you need to watch out for when working with grids, why source order matters, how to work with legacy browsers and about the ups and downs of recent display values.
|The Dark Side of the Grid||A-Tag’18||September 2018|
|The Dark Side of the Grid||Webkongress Erlangen||September 2018|
|Designed for Inclusion: Writing CSS with Accessibility in Mind||stahlstadt.js Meetup||November 2017|
|Designed for Inclusion: Writing CSS with Accessibility in Mind||CSS Conf Budapest||October 2017|
|Accessibility für DeveloperInnen: Hello World!||A-Tag||October 2017|
|Accessible UX||SAE Alumni Convention||October 2017|
|Designed for Inclusion: Writing CSS with Accessibility in Mind||CSS-Minsk-Js||September 2017|
|Accessible UX||pitercss conf||June 2017|
|Keyboard controls for an international user base||ViennaJS||May 2017|
|Level-Up your Career – Become a Focus Manager||Free Code Camp Vienna||May 2017|
|Accessible UX||Wordcamp Vienna||April 2017|
|Cross Device Testing||webclerks Meetup||March 2016|
|Frontend Performance||SAE Alumni Convention||October 2015|