I'm a Web Accessibility Specialist and work with Knowbility to make the Web a better, more inclusive, place. I’m a consultant with my small company outline and teach at the FH Joanneum University of Applied Science. I used to work with the W3C's Web Accessibility Initiative.
My name is Eric.
Latest 5 Posts
As a web developer, it is incredibly hard to just be happy with one’s website. You want to improve and you want to make it better, always.
Connecting the Accessibility Dots (Workshop in Berlin in November)
On November 17, 2019, I’ll hold a workshop in Berlin as a part of Accessibility Club Summit 2019. Tickets are just €50.
ARIA Serious?! @ technica11y
On Wednesday, October 2, I will do an online talk for technica11y. The talk will cover common ARIA pitfalls and how to avoid them. It is free, thanks to the support by tenon.io.
“Open in Overcast” Bookmarklet
I use Overcast for my daily podcasting needs. Sometimes I stumble upon new podcasts and I quickly want to add an episode to Overcast for sampling the podcast.
Accessible CSS Generated Content
CSS generated content can have unintended side-consequences. As Andy Clarke discovered recently, data- attributes he used as a way to transfer content into CSS for visual purposes are not translated using built-in browser functionality.
More posts can be found in the archive.