Inclusive design engineering & training
I lead front-end development and train teams in-house at companies large and small. Here is a selected list of clients I’ve had the opportunity to work with.
Practical Accessibility: a Web Accessibility video course
I'm currently creating a self-paced video course on accessibility for front-end designers and engineers who want to start creating more accessible Web user interfaces and digital products today.
You can sign up for course updates as well as early bird discounts on the Practical Accessibility course website.
Working with Sara is a blast. Should you get the chance to work with her embrace it wholeheartedly. You are in for a treat, potentially a steep learning curve, a good time, and excellent results. Hopefully the chance to work with Sara will come up again in the future. In the meantime try to win her for your project before someone else does. Or join her course and experience what passion about accessibility and proper front-end development feels like.— Jan Persiel, UI/UX designer
Insights into my work
Many of the projects I’ve worked on have been under NDA. While I can’t share specific details about many of them, I do share insights into the work that went into them in the form of macro case studies.
You can get insights into the kind of work I do, the principles that guide it, and strategies that I use by exploring the writeups on my blog.
On the blog, you will find project case studies, tutorials, and articles on all things front-end design engineering.
Not Your Typical Horizontal Rules
Accessible Text Labels For All
On improving eCommerce experiences for screen reader users without breaking them for speech-input users
Optimizing keyboard navigation using tabindex and ARIA
A micro-case study on implementing keyboard-friendlier article listings for an online publication