Tagged Accessibility

GAAD – What Is It And How Do I Participate?

GAAD is short for Global Accessibility Awareness Day. Every year on the third Thursday of May, our community comes together to help raise awareness for accessibility everywhere. The objective is to make accessibility mainstream by keeping the conversations relevant and informative within our community.
GAAD Thursday May 16 2019

Stanford Web Camp 2019

At Stanford Web Camp, attendees and presenters alike will discuss a variety of aspects of the web through design and development. As part of this discussion Hook 42’s Aimee Degnan will be giving two separate talks focusing on accessibility and SiteBuilding.
Stanford University Exterior Hallway

Community, Development and Leadership at DrupalCon 2019

It’s been almost a month since DrupalCon 2019. We can’t believe how time flies! While we were there, we had a variety of things going on at many different levels. Just as fast as the time since DrupalCon has flown past us, our time in Seattle felt like a tiny blip.
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SEO / Search Engine Optimization

Making your site easily visible to search engines is an incredibly important step of your site design and development. Search engines are the masters - so to make sure your site serves you well, you have to play by their rules. To give your site the best shot at being seen by Google & friends, you need to optimize your site for the search engines.

Hook 42 at BADCamp 2017 - Sessions, Trainings, and Summits!

BADCamp is back and Hook 42 is embracing all the magical goodness! This year we are not only a proud sponsor of the largest free Drupal Camp, but we also have the awesome opportunity to share our expertise across several platforms. Join us at our Supercharged SEO & Accessibility training, the DevOps Summit, and four sessions.

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Hook 42 DrupalCon Vienna Sessions

Along with our CTO, Kristen Pol, we have a new Accessibility Lead and Senior Front-end Developer, Carie Fisher, who will be in Vienna. We are excited to have her onboard! Carie is one of the community leaders who received a well-deserved scholarship to attend DrupalCon Vienna.

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