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Just because a website is required to follow WCAG 2.1 accessibility guidelines doesn’t mean it can’t have a great design. Sometimes this misconception can frustrate designers before they even begin to understand the accessibility guidelines and the reasons they exist. Get our 12 Point Design Read More
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Too often, compliance with WCAG 2.1, to ensure web accessibility for people with disabilities, is an afterthought of the web development process. WCAG 2.1 compliance is a multifaceted endeavor, and when accessibility is incorporated into every phase of development, the result is greater Read More
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January 8, 2020
2019 set the stage for a new decade of innovation driven by open source, design driven by insight into how humans interact with technology, and digital accessibility driven by high court decisions and consumer demand. Throughout the year, we at Promet Source reached out every week with updates and Read More
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Created in 2004, and donated to the Apache Software Foundation in 2006 for open source publishing of the code, Solr Search has emerged into what many now consider to be the gold standard of enterprise search platforms.  When developing Drupal 8 websites, this highly popular platform built on the Read More
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More so than ever before, ensuring digital accessibility through compliance with  WCAG 2.1, is a multi-faceted endeavor that needs to be approached from several angles.    Those of us who are in the business of developing and remediating websites and apps for accessibility are well aware of the Read More
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