I’m a full-stack software engineer seasoned with interactive/motion design-y bits. My focus is on the development side of things, leveraging creative visions in a beautiful — and accessible — way.
When not coding, I’m the best Lanterne Rouge cyclocrosser you’ll ever meet.
Design systems are a popular way for teams to flavor their design and development workflow. However, an often-missing ingredient in many design systems is a focus on accessibility best practices — especially when component libraries are involved. In this talk, we’ll take a look at how you can mix some commonly-used components with the ingredients of accessibility. Pair this with best practices guidance in your documentation, and you’ll have the recipe for a delectably inclusive design system
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