Improve front's accessibility
The front client works very well with some technologies used worldwide by people with different disabilities, however, some parts of the page are not correctly identified by, for example, screen readers. Screen readers rely entirely in how the HTML has been labeled and generated to give users the correct feedback on how to manipulate the different widgets present in a website. I think, in its aim to be available to the most people as possible, and taking into account there are a few guides in implementing accessibility improvements in Vue, like This one, It would be a good idea to improve the client for being fully accessible, which would make assistive technology more precise when giving feedback to a user with disabilities in the application.
I use a screen reader. If you are interested, I can help by giving a few suggestions about what widgets are not very easy to deal with when you're using a screen reader. I don't know very much about vue, but I know about HTML and web accessibility in general, so I could take a look and see what I can do, if required. I really liked this app, and would like to see it being fully accessible.