About Accessibility Reporter
Accessibility Reporter is an open source project that I created for accessibility testing in Umbraco. It tests your content pages against the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), highlights issues and helps you to make your website more accessible.
I recently appeared as a guest on the Umbraco podcast umbraCoffee where I demonstrated my Umbraco package Accessibility Reporter.
At Umbraad 2023 I gave a talk called "Automated Accessibility Testing Within Umbraco", in which I talked about Accessibility Reporter and gave a live demonstration.
I like to build accessible websites, as I am a nice human being and believe that the web should be available to everyone. In my day job I audit and make websites that adhere to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.2. I have also created a tool for auditing websites for accessibility called Accessibility Reporter.
HTML and CSS
I keep up to date with the web latest standards and I also know how to support legacy browsers. For example, I worked on a project for Sainbury's which involved developing a responsive website that also supported IE6. My naming convention of choice is BEM. At work I use CSS variables and SASS, however I have used LESS a lot in the past. I am a stickler for naming conventions and hate nested CSS.
I have experience using Angular (2+) and React on large scale projects.
I am an Umbraco certified professional and I work on the front-end of Umbraco websites for small and large clients. I have appeared on an episode umbraCoffee and I gave a talk at Umbraad 2023.
For personal projects I often use Node.js, because it's just brilliant! Outside of using it for task runners, I've also, used it on a few production websites such as Street Eater, an internal tool for Sky and my Accessibility Reporter project.
I have experience mentoring junior members of the team and helping them to progress their careers.