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  “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has.”         - Margaret Mead   Global Accessibility Awareness Day was inspired by a blog post written in November 2011 by Joe Devon, a Los Angeles based web developer Read More
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Having a process to follow when it comes to website planning and development is essential. The following considerations factor into successful development.  Choosing a Method Planning and Development Goals Choosing a Methodology Influencing Development Methodology   Choosing a Method   Read More
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In a world where global positioning systems appear to have a handle on every square inch of the roads we’re traveling on, doesn’t it seem like there should be automated website accessibility testing tools that function as well as -- if not better -- than manual testing?  The fact is ... it’s Read More
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At DrupalCon2019 earlier this month, Promet Source tapped the collective brainpower with a Human-Centered Design activity that asked this question: “What are the key advantages, the main challenges, and the emerging opportunities of Drupal as an Information delivery platform?” Within the context Read More
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The ever increasing complexity and functionality of Drupal sites does not need to translate into increasingly steeper development costs. In the past, Drupal sites were relatively homogeneous with the occasional multi-domain or multi-site implementation. Today, as sites become more complex, with Read More
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