“Toolkits” with Stephanie Eckles and Hidde de Vries

This edition of Stay Curious is dealing with CSS and the magic you can do with it. But to do magic, you might need a toolkit, right? Join Stephanie Eckles when she is showing you the modern CSS toolkit and find out what Hidde de Vries brings in his accessibility toolkit.

The Modern CSS Toolkit

Aspect-ratio, :is(), scroll snap... what do you really need to know about modern CSS? Join this session for an overview of some modern CSS features you may have missed or aren't using to their full extent. You'll take away techniques you can use immediately to simplify your stylesheets, make components more extendable, and future-proof your solutions as well as make them more inclusive.

About Stephanie Eckles

Stephanie Eckles

Stephanie Eckles is a front-end-focused SWE at Microsoft. She's also the author of ModernCSS.dev which provides modern solutions to old CSS problems as in-depth tutorials, and is the creator of StyleStage.dev, and author of SmolCSS.dev and 11ty.Rocks. Steph has well over a decade of webdev experience that she enjoys sharing as an author, egghead instructor, and conference speaker. She's an advocate for accessibility, scalable CSS, and the Jamstack (especially Eleventy). Offline, she's mom to two girls and a cowboy corgi, and enjoys baking.

A Toolkit for Accessibility

Web accessibility is easier to achieve and maintain with the right tools. Some are useful to help you make the right choices, others can find certain problems automatically, often even before your product or page ships. In this talk, Hidde will tell us all about the tools to use to improve web accessibility.

About Hidde de Vries

Hidde de Vries

Hidde (@hdv) is a front-end web developer and accessibility specialist. On his blog he writes about HTML, CSS, JavaScript and accessibility. As a freelancer, he helps organisations create fast, scalable and accessible front-end solutions for their end users. His clients include Mozilla, W3C, the Dutch government and the European Commission. He used to be involved with Fronteers, the professional association for Dutch front-end developers, organising meet-ups, workshops and conferences.

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