If you work for a company that takes accessibility seriously and have gone through a few rounds of manual testing for accessibility issues, you’ve probably asked yourself whether you can automate accessibility testing and save yourself some time. It’s not that straightforward.
Learn how to properly use the placeholder attribute, avoid creating accessibility and ultimately assist your users when using your forms.
Quick Summary I worked to make improvements to THT’s self-service portal, MyAccount, to make reporting problems online much easier. My team and I identified areas with problems, facilitated workshops with customers and stakeholders, created prototypes and ran user testing sessions…
Making changes to the THT navigation to improve user engagement with important content and reduce the number of telephone queries.
As part of a project for Laurus, the development arm of THT, time was spent looking at the website, more specifically the individual site development pages, and understanding what users needed to inform their decision and complete a lead generation…
I built my very own DIY light up The Killers sign using power tools, wood, LEDs and some Arduino magic.
Feature installation and setup wizard for the Facebook Messenger chat widget.
Customers and orders iOS app.
Creating an onboarding wizard for new EKM shop owners in partnership with Klarna.
Learn how to accept numerical inputs using the correct input type. Remember that not all numbers should use the number field