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WebExpo Workshop
Presented byTomáš Pustelník

Session focus

  • Frontend Dev


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Session details

Workshop summary

The internet is now an integral part of our daily lives, but unfortunately, websites can’t always be used by all users equally.

This half day workshop will introduce participants to the issues of web accessibility and show them the importance of accessibility, its benefits, and why it should be a part of any development project. The core of the workshop will focus on how to test accessibility and most importantly, how to solve the most common problems.

You’ll learn all the fundamental basics for creating accessible websites and suggestions for further education in this area.

What will the attendees learn?

  • What accessibility is and why it’s important
  • How to test accessibility
  • How to develop a website so that it’s usable for most users
  • How to solve the most common web accessibility problems

Who is the workshop for?

Frontend developers of all levels who want to improve the accessibility of their projects.

What are the attendee requirements?

Knowledge of HTML and CSS, basic knowledge of JavaScript, and your own laptop.

Meet your presenter

Tomáš Pustelník

Frontend engineer


Connect with Tomáš

Tomáš works as a frontend developer at Ataccama. Although he spends most of his time writing JavaScript and React, he remains a big champion of HTML and CSS — the languages he started with and a huge advocate for accessibility. He is constantly educating himself in these areas and often shares what he learns on his blog or Twitter.

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