Sessions Classified "Hussian Rm 109"

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2019 Drupaldelphia

Preparing for Privacy Regulation

Last year's implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the European Union has spurred a debate across the United States at both the federal and state level about how to improve data privacy practices through government regulation. Preparations for the California Consumer Privacy Act (which goes into effect at the beginning of next year) are underway at many businesses and it appears to be only a matter of time before other governments take action. 

Becoming an Ally for A11y

Approaching accessibility from the start of a project can greatly impact usability. From initial wireframing to entering content in a CMS, there are many ways to plan for and implement a fully inclusive website: color contrast can be measured before any CSS is written, heading structures can be mapped before any markup is created. Messy navigation patterns can be reconsidered before a menu structure is built. When accessibility is valued as an essential part of the user experience, everyone can help make it easier to implement.

 

Semantic Site Building

I'd like to help you think about the art of designing a Drupal data structure and interface.

All for Web and Web for All: Moving Toward Accessibility Compliance

The accessible web, it's not just for avoiding lawsuits anymore. What makes a site accessibilitiy compliant? How can we get there - and why should we bother? This session will provide a foundation in accessibility concepts and guidance in leveraging that foundation into organizational change, where everyone who touches the site remains aware of accessibility issues. Join us in the quest for WCAG 2.0 AA Compliance!

What’s new in WCAG 2.1?

WCAG 2.0 was published a decade ago, which is an eternity in Internet years. This past June, the W3 released WCAG 2.1. These new guidelines focus on improving accessibility for users with cognitive disabilities and for users who browse websites on mobile devices, like tablets and smartphones. So what does that mean for you?

In this session, we’ll answer questions like:

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