A simple guide about using basic ARIA attributes to label interactive elements on a webpage for assistive technology.
I am a front-end web developer based in Laval, France. The main focus of my work is to build accessible, inclusive and user-friendly web interfaces for people I like to work with. I've collaborate on diverse projects such as Todoist, Spendesk or Payfit. You can find some of my work on GitHub and drop me a line on Twitter. Otherwise I am a minimalist and I enjoy gaming, eSport, writing and basketball.
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