Lately, we’ve been working on updating a variety of sites and focusing on accessible content, design, and media. When going through some of our tasks, we uncovered a tricky accessibility compliance item: logos. Now they’re not tricky in the sense that we don’t know what to do with them, but they’re tricky because there is more than one method to solving their accessibility.
At Hook 42 we value inclusivity in all aspects of our business. From the people we hire to the products we build, creating a space that is accessible to everyone is important to us.
As Hook 42 makes its way through the galaxy, we’re experiencing an incredible amount of growth, both individually for our team members and as a company as a whole. While we grow, it is important that our brand evolves with us.
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.
It’s always a good idea to give your website a new coat of proverbial paint every so often. With the release of Drupal 8, we took the opportunity to not only upgrade our technology, but to completely redesign the look and feel along with the Drupal architecture.
With new responsive websites, it's more important than ever to look at your site at different widths. But this can be time consuming and repetitive. Also, you may want to see how your dev site compares to your live site - for example "Did this small change I made to the css on one page change much on other pages?" Again, time consuming to do by hand. Luckily for us, here comes Wraith to the rescue!