Product owner @ Siteimprove
February 2018 – Current
Product owner of Alfa, the open source accessibility conformance testing engine from Siteimprove. I lead the research and development of the next generation of accessibility tools and help bring standardisation to the industry through the W3C.
Developer @ Siteimprove
November 2015 – January 2018
Software developer working on the Accessibility product from Siteimprove. I develop tools for performing reliable accessibility conformance testing of the WCAG. I also had a brief stint with the Core team developing the Siteimprove UI component library.
Consultant @ Funktionél
September 2014 – Current
Funktionél is my software development consultancy offering services primarily in web development. We develop functional solutions for individuals as well as small to medium sized businesses. I primarily use Funktionél as a means of supporting my work in open source.
Developer @ Vanilla Forums
October 2012 – July 2014
User Interface design, prototyping and implementation. I help bring Vanilla Forums to the next level through enjoyable and performant front-ends. My work includes themes for clients such as The Elder Scrolls Online, AgileBits, Rumble Entertainment, and many more.
Developing Accessible Pattern Libraries @ CSUN
During the development of Siteimprove UI, our internal library of reusable UI components in use at Siteimprove, we identified some common pieces of functionality and design patterns that are now used throughout the library. This presentation gives a short introduction to and walkthrough of some of the things we found most useful.
Coding for Accessibility @ Codher
While it might come off as difficult, and certainly sometimes can be, coding for accessibility essentially boils down to two rather simple things: Mindset and semantics. This presentation gives a brief introduction to these two concepts and provides some practical advice on turning inaccessible UI accessible.
An introduction to Terraform @ Siteimprove
Terraform makes it easy to configure and provision cloud resources across a large number of providers and brings with it both collaborative ascepts, reproducibility, and predictability. This presentation gives a short introduction to Terraform, its benefits, and why you should most likely be using it.
Leveling up CSS @ Siteimprove
Writing, scaling, and maintaining plain CSS codebases used to be a pain and pre-processors came along to save the day. Things are however moving fast and CSS is catching up with the pre-processors and is becoming increasingly expressive. This presentation introduces some of the new specifications in CSS and makes an argument against the pre-processors of today.
Workflows for the Modern Web @ js-montreal