It is no surprise that the physical world continues to become more and more supported or replaced by digital experiences. Designing these digital experiences to be accessible by individuals with visual, auditory, motor or cognitive disabilities is essential.
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SEO is not as complicated as some make it out to be, and any site owner or builder can attain great SEO with the content and tools they already have. A video presentation capture from Design4Drupal, June 2019.
All the buzz last year in the Drupal community was around Paragraphs. Does Layout Builder change that? A video capture of our team member’s recent presentation at Design4Drupal, June 2019.
Drupal 9 is targeted to be released on June 3, 2020. Whether you are currently running Drupal 7 or Drupal 8, this webinar provides valuable insights on how to approach your upgrade initiative. Designed for marketing and communications users of Drupal, we focus on business and end user benefits of a smooth transition. Join Senior […]
Accessibility on the web is being enforced in the courts. Businesses are scared, not because they are not in compliance, but because the law has been interpreted differently in different states. It is difficult to be in compliance when we don’t know what compliance means. A subset of lawyers and plaintiffs have been looking to profit from this ambiguity.
Oomph customizes authoring tools for each custom site we build. We always start from the same place and would like to share our “defaults” as well as the steps that you need to take to customize these tools yourself.
The RISD Museum’s new website has been nominated as part of the 23rd Annual Webby Awards for Websites: Best Visual Design — Function from more than 13,000 entries. Voting is open NOW for the People’s Choice Award!