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Hi, my name is Adrián Bolonio. I'm a Google Developer Expert in Web Technologies currently working as an Accessibility Software Engineering at GitHub as part of a talented, diverse, and motivated team that will work on making GitHub and the Internet a better and more accessible place for everyone.

When I’m not at the office I enjoy a good read, working my way through any delicious recipe, and indulging my love for travelling to new places.

I write post about frontend and web accessibility in my blog, and as well I regularly give talks at conferences about accessibility. You can find my speaker experience in my website.

You can find me in:

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  1. This is a demo repository to illustrate how to test web accessibility using Github Actions.

    TypeScript 9 3

  2. This is a demo repository to illustrate how to test the accessibility of your components using storybook.

    TypeScript 2

  3. A react icons library based on the collection of accessible PUXL icons library from PUXL framework

    TypeScript 8 2

  4. Adrián Bolonio - Frontend Web Developer & Web Accessibility (a11y) advocate

    TypeScript 1

  5. React Component Range is a simple and minimal React input range component

    JavaScript 1

  6. This is a demo repository to illustrate how to test web accessibility.

    HTML 4

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October 2021

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36 contributions in private repositories Oct 1 – Oct 15

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