Building the most inaccessible site possible with a perfect Lighthouse score
Manuel Matuzović, Senior Frontend Developer
Google’s built-in testing tool Lighthouse judges the accessibility of our websites with a score between 0 and 100. It’s laudable to try to get a high grading, but a score of 100 doesn’t mean that the site is perfectly accessible. To prove that Manuel Matuzović carried out a little experiment.
About Manuel Matuzović
Manuel is a front-end developer from Vienna, specialized in HTML, CSS, accessibility, and performance. He likes to write about these topics on his blog matuzo.at and talk at meetups and conferences. He’s organizer of the webclerks conference in Vienna, and he maintains htmhell.dev and frontendbookmarks.com.
In 2021 we have a whole series of events for Front End Developers, plus a Brand New free event in January 2022
Across 2021 (and again 2022) Web Directions is presenting a series of online conferences for front end designers and developers. Focussed deep dives, they go far beyond what you might expect from conference programs.
Priced individually from $195, or attend all 6, plus get access to our conference presentation platform Conffab for just $595, or $59 a month.
In January 2022, we’ll be showcasing some of there highlights of our 2021 conferences across 3 big weeks, for Free at Remixed! Register now to attend.