I am currently working at Tangible as a front-end developer, where I am responsible for developing responsive, modular and accessible code with HTML, CSS, JS. I enjoy creating design systems and generating living styleguides.
I am interested in every phase of design and I appreciate the purity of the code and all the new technologies but keeping in mind the user experience first of all.
The placeholder attribute contains a surprising amount of problems that prevent it from offering what it promises. Let us clarify why we should evaluate to stop using it. Inspired by a brilliant article written by Eric Bailey of Smashing Magazine.
What happens when a design team is faced with accessibility regulations when designing a public digital service? We see how an apparent constraint has become an opportunity to build an inclusive design culture that goes beyond the provisions of the law, implementing it during the design and front-end development of the website of one of the main Italian airports. Link to the video.