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    In this episode, we have a special guest joining us to talk about digital accessibility, Jennison Asuncion who is a leader in the accessibility community and has a lot of information to help us improve our websites and applications be more accessible for all users. We also talk about Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) coming up on May 19th. Find out how you can participate.

    https://soundcloud.com/front-end-happy-hour/episode-007-a11y-cocktail

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  2. Sara Soueidan on Applied Accessibility: Practical Tips For Building More Accessible Front-Ends at SmashingConf Feiburg 2019

    As front-end developers, we are tasked with building the front end of a Web site or application — in other words, we are building the user’s end of an interface. This is why it is crucial that we ensure that the front-end foundations that we build are as inclusive of and accessible to as many users as possible. To do that, we must build with accessibility in mind from the get-go. This, in turn, means that the way we approach writing HTML, CSS, SVG and JavaScript might need to change as we take into consideration many factors that affect how (in)accessible our UIs are. This talk is a practical one, chock-full of tips for creating more accessible front-end foundations. If writing HTML, CSS, SVG and JavaScript is part of your job, then this talk is for you. In this session — a series of macro case studies from real client projects — Sara shares some frustrations, many lessons learned, and a lot of practical tips and tricks for building accessible front-end foundations that you can take and apply in your own projects right away.

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  3. Sara Soueidan on Applied Accessibility: Practical Tips For Building More Accessible Front-Ends at SmashingConf Feiburg 2019

    As front-end developers, we are tasked with building the front end of a Web site or application — in other words, we are building the user’s end of an interface. This is why it is crucial that we ensure that the front-end foundations that we build are as inclusive of and accessible to as many users as possible. To do that, we must build with accessibility in mind from the get-go. This, in turn, means that the way we approach writing HTML, CSS, SVG and JavaScript might need to change as we take into consideration many factors that affect how (in)accessible our UIs are. This talk is a practical one, chock-full of tips for creating more accessible front-end foundations. If writing HTML, CSS, SVG and JavaScript is part of your job, then this talk is for you. In this session — a series of macro case studies from real client projects — Sara shares some frustrations, many lessons learned, and a lot of practical tips and tricks for building accessible front-end foundations that you can take and apply in your own projects right away.

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  4. What is a front end developer? || Front end developer skills 2019 || Freelance Newbie Podcast

    Front-end web developers — we’ve heard the term, but what exactly do they do? According to Wikipedia, “Front-end web development is the practice of converting data to graphical interface for user [sic] to view and interact with data through digital interaction using HTML, CSS and JavaScript.”

    That all sounds good on paper, but when you start reading the job descriptions for front-end developer positions, things start getting a little dubious. The job requirements for one front end developer position compared to another job position are often a night-and-day difference. Many other times, it seems as if they’re not even in the market for frond-end developers, but rather looking for full-stack devs.

    So what’s up with this? How can front end developers navigate the freelancing world, which is also increasingly demanding full-stack knowledge?

    Should front end developers, specifically freelance front end developers, consider ditching learning those deep concepts React Hooks, JavaScript theory and whatever else end instead and go all in with databases, PHP and Node? We’re talking about it in today’s Freelance Newbie podcast!

    Our newest supporter is Ruben! Thank you so much! Developers, please help keep the lights on — even a buck helps!https://www.pat

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  5. CDNify | An Interview with CSS Expert Chris Coyier on Front-End Dev, UX, and Accessibility

    Styling plays a big part in making the web look super cool and approachable, so it’s important that developers know the fundamentals of CSS, and this is where Chris comes in.

    A little background about Chris: He works as a web designer over at CodePen, crafting designs with front-end languages like CSS and JavaScript. He’s also a writer at CSS-Tricks, discussing the latest practices, tools, and ways to improve performance. Chris is also a podcaster on the ShopTalk Show which discuss front-end web design, development, and UX.

    Today we’re going to be chatting about modern front end development practices, user experience, and accessibility.

    Enjoyed this podcast? We have a bunch more just like it which we discuss web performance, SEO, and a load more. Check it out over on the CDNify Blog.

    http://cdnify.com/blog/an-interview-with-css-expert-chris-coyier-on-front-end-dev-ux-and-accessibility/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=facebook

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