Recent Work

We are excited to highlight examples of our recent work in standards and web applications. For a more in-depth understanding of our approach to projects, see our Services page.

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Eviction defense software for tenants in LA

Eviction Defense | Debt Collective

We partnered with the Debt Collective, Los Angeles Tenants Union, and Anti-Eviction Mapping Project on an eviction defense software for tenants in Los Angeles.

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An app for manual testing of browsers and ATs rendering ARIA accessibility features.

ARIA-AT | Facebook Accessibility

We built an app to manage manual testing of ARIA accessibility patterns rendered in assistive technologies (like screen-readers) and browsers: ARIA-AT interoperability testing and ARIA-AT App

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Maintaining and improving the Test262 suite

Test262 | Google

We spent some time maintaining and improving the Test262 suite, engaging with community pull requests, and developing documentation and summary reports.

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MDN Developer Needs Assessment

MDN DNA | Mozilla

We participated in the survey design for MDN Developer Needs Assessment, which included an increased focus on accessibility.

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Researching and specifing the ideal behavior for lazy-loading

Lazy Loading | WHATWG

HTML gained a new lazy-loading attribute for the “img” element. We helped to research and specify the ideal behavior for lazy-loading images in HTML — based on analyzing the default behavior of popular JS libraries implementing lazy-loading as well as analyzing (through HTTP Archive) how web developers use those JS libraries. Web developers no longer need to use JavaScript libraries, as lazy-loading is built-in to the web platform.

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Strategic, operational, and organizational planning support for Scratch

Leadership and Strategy Support | Scratch

We continued our partnership with Scratch, the beginner-friendly programming language. In 2020, we focused on supporting Scratch through strategic, operational, and organizational planning support.

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Developing an inclusive track for newcomers at TPAC

Inclusive TPAC track | p5.js, W3C

We were thrilled to partner with p5.js and W3C on developing an inclusive track for newcomers at W3C’s first virtual TPAC.

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A beginners guide to becoming a web platform contributor

Web Platform Contribution Guide | Bocoup

In an ongoing effort to demysticize the web standards process, we launched our Web Platform Contribution Guide, including skills, growth paths, how-tos, a glossary, and career origin interviews.

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