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When you’re surrounded by a team of awesome developers, you might think that a statement such as, “Great Websites are Created before the First Line of Code is Written,” isn’t going to be met with a lot of enthusiasm. As it turns out, our developers tend to be among the greatest supporters of the Read More
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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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