Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1) extends WCAG 2.0 and is intended as an interim until WCAG 3.0 is released. The new guidelines were needed due to advancements in technology and to fix some gaps and shortcomings in the earlier guidelines. Some of the new guidelines cover touch/mobile devices, speech control, and cognitive disability support. Read more about June Accessibility (A11Y) Talks - What's New with WCAG 2.1
Drupal Camp Asheville is next weekend! Join members of the Drupal community of all different skill levels and career paths for 3 days of science, trainings, sessions, and sprints.
Hook 42’s own Adam Bergstein will be sharing some insights on everybody’s favorite online Drupal testing environment, Simplytest.me. He recently took over ownership of the service, and we are excited to hear about where it is going next!
This month’s Accessibility Talk was an encore presentation of the panel’s Core Conversation at DrupalCon Nashville: Core Accessibility: Building Inclusivity into the Drupal Project.
Helena McCabe, Catherine McNally, and Carie Fisher discussed the fundamentals of accessibility and how they can be injected further into the Drupal project. All three are accessibility specialists in their fields. Read more about April Accessibility (A11Y) Talks
Dust off your saddle and get prepared to optimize your workflow. There is a lot packed into 3 days in Austin. Pull on your chaps, fasten your leathers, dig in your spurs and head on over to Texas Drupal Camp. On Thursday, make sure you check out the trainings and sprints. On Friday and Saturday, catch all of the keynotes and sessions.
Texas Drupal Camp is Thursday, May 31st through Saturday, June 2nd at the Norris Conference Center in beautiful Austin, TX. Read more about Giddy Up! Hook 42 Moseys over to Texas Drupal Camp
In March, A11y Talks welcomed Melanie Sumner, an application architect from JP Morgan Chase. She is an accessibility advocate and is an EmberJS core team member and meetup organizer in Chicago. The tagline for Ember is "the framework for building ambitious applications". Melanie spoke of ways to inject accessibility into not only the Ember project, but into other single-page applications so some users are not left behind. Read more about March Accessibility (A11Y) Talks
Boomeranging back to Pennsylvania from DrupalCon Nashville, Adam Bergstein will be attending and presenting this year at Philadelphia's premier Drupal Camp. Read more about Hook 42 at Drupaldelphia 2018
In February, we welcomed Scott Vinkle as our guest speaker. Scott is an accessibility expert and front-end developer for Shopify who spoke to our meetup group about creating accessible React JS apps. Scott has been active in the accessibility community since 2011. He has worked with many groups including the accessibility project, the a11y tour, CodePen Ottawa, and many, many others. Read more about February Accessibility (A11Y) Talks
DrupalCon is one of the most exciting Drupal events all year, especially for those of us who enjoy working in the community. We really get to shine.
This year is no different. It’s nice to share knowledge through presentations, but there are many ways to give back to the Drupal Open Source project. Read more about Community in Harmony - Hook 42 gives back at DrupalCon Nashville
We have a bunch of sessions lined up on a variety of subjects... from DevOps to decoupled Drupal, technical acronyms to development tips, and even a case study about a Stanford project. We’ve got something for everyone, so we hope to see you there! Read more about Hook 42 at Stanford Camp 2018
We are excited to have Adam Bergstein joining our team as Vice President of Engineering! Better yet? He’ll be speaking at the upcoming Midwest Drupal Camp in Chicago about his journey from engineer to technical leader.