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.
A frontend developer’s job is to look at a design, interpret it, and translate it to HTML and CSS. Unfortunately, information often gets lost in translation because we rely too much on visual aspects of a design, rather than its semantic meaning.
In his talk, Manuel Matuzović uncovers the invisible patterns we should recognise in a design, and how they affect accessibility.
|The Dark Side of the Grid||Stahlstadt.js Meetup #21||April 2019|
|The Dark Side of the Grid||FrontEnd Connect||December 2018|
|The Dark Side of the Grid||#a11yTO Conference||October 2018|
|I threw away my mouse||Frontend Conf||October 2018|
|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|