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Senior Full Stack Developer
If this has peaked your professional interest, and your skillset and experience is up for the task, then the Accessibility Team is the right place for you.
Develop and maintain large scale application code, frontend and backend
Work together with the product manager, UX/UI designers, operations specialists, testers and fellow developers to shape nothing less than great solutions for our customers, based on high quality standards and focused on adding genuine customer value.
Take part in and improve on the way we develop software
Understand what other teams are doing, help them, take action when you see problems on the horizon
Have at least 5 years of professional experience building real software solutions.
Experience with large cloud-based solutions.
Be outstanding with a modern programming language, frontend and back-end.
Fluent in English
Thrive working in an iterative development process, being a strong, problem-solver both independently and in teams.
Be proud of what you deliver to end users.
Nice to Have:
A passion for building accessible interfaces that everyone, regardless of ability or disability can use.
You have practical knowledge of agile development and continuous delivery.
You are equipped to challenge and tune our processes, and you are ready to mentor us in your favorite practices.
That you’re a self-driven, creative, inquisitive individual possessing lots of drive, aiming to join a team of skilled colleagues, whom you can inspire, and who can inspire you towards delivering a world class product
We value general skills and experience higher than any specific technology, and technology stacks should always be challenged, improved and renewed.
If you have an interest in any of the above, or if you have something to add, we will consider that a bonus.
Please submit your resume and cover letter for immediate consideration.
Equal Web is committed to workforce diversity. Equal Opportunity Employer.
What are the new guidelines of WCAG 2.2? How can you ensure your website is still accessible and compliant with the new updates? What does EqualWeb cover from the WCAG 2.2 requirements and what it does not? What has changed from WCAG 2.1 and what remained the same? We compiled all the answers in the following article.
From now on, users can access accessibility functions like Voice Navigation, Color Adjustments, and Image Descriptors, among others. The Fnac website is now more accessible for users with different types of disabilities, including seniors.
Closed captions for videos and audio content enable people with hearing impairments to understand the content. EqualWeb has become the first web accessibility vendor to provide a video and audio closed captions option for people with disabilities as part of its automatic services.
The unique benefit of the function is that it’s entirely automatic. Moreover, as the website owner, you can modify the automatic generic text if you find a mismatch between the video and the text (the AI may miss a few words here and there), using the Captions Editor in your dashboard.
The closed captions function includes a simple on-and-off activation button, a rating vote for feedback purposes, a new transcription window over the video or audio element, and a captions download option. The captions’ font conforms to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 standards for easily accessible fonts.