Articles for the ‘Content Management Systems’ Category

How new accessibility standard ISO 30071-1 helps developers

There’s a new international accessibility standard out – ISO 30071-1 – about embedding accessibility in your organisation and processes. So why should developers care? Aren’t the WCAG checkpoints for developers, and the new ISO for the product/project managers? Does it give developers any solutions for tricky accessibility challenges that they may face? Like how do they get the training they need to deliver accessibility; how to choose between WCAG 2.0 and 2.1; what requirements to use if they’re doing native apps; how to select code libraries that are accessible; what browser and assistive technologies they should test with, or should they just wait for an audit? Find out here…

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Which of Drupal and WordPress is the most accessible content management system? – Digital Accessibility Experts Podcast 5

Most websites these days are created via some form of Content Management System (CMSes). There are lots of CMSes out there. So how do you choose the right one for you? One thing you could think about is how well the CMS allows you to create websites that are accessible. Graham Armfield in our team has been working to make WordPress accessible for years. And Mike Gifford, who has been leading accessibility work on Drupal, is another good friend of ours at Hassell Inclusion. So in this month’s podcast we’ve put them together to discuss their work. Check it out here…

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