Nov 28, 2013 · 5:00 PM
During the Drupalcafé of November, we’ll dive into The Web Guidelines. The Web Guidelines ensure an accessible, high-quality website, based on international standards for designing designing, building and administrating websites. Although accessibility is always good, the Web Guidelines can pose a challenge for developers and web designers. There’s a lot of rules and it’s not always clear if and how to implement them.
Drupal engineer Twan van Houtum has experience working with the Web Guudelines and will share his vision on the Web Guidelines from a developer's perspective with the group. Twan will provide the kickoff for this Drupalcafé. After a short break the next presentation will be from Hanno Lans. Hanno has taken place in the commission that defined the norms for the Web Guidelines and has helped improve accessibility for several sites. Hanno will discuss the (im)possibilities of automatic WCAG checkers, Drupal integration of these checkers and current developments regarding QUAIL and other topics such as a planned nation-wide monitorring tool for government websites.
One Shoe is excited to host this Drupalcafé and we're looking forward to another enjoyable evening. The program will be;
- 17.00 doors open
- 17.30 presentation Twan van Houtum
- 18.15 break
- 18.30 presentation Hanno Lans
- 19.00 drinks
- 20.00 end
To register for this event: http://www.meetup.com/drupalnetherlands/
Date: November 28th, 2013
Time: 17:00 - 20:00
Location: Janskerkhof 16, 3512 EA Utrecht
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Drupalcafé is an open meeting forum, for- and by Drupal enthusiasts. Drupalcafé features presentations, open discussions and inspiring demonstrations that promote knowledge sharing of Drupal. While enjoying a drink, we present and discuss relevant developments with regard to the Drupal open source software, but also adjacent topics. Drupalcafé is a monthly event, visited by (amongst others) ICT managers, (Drupal) software developers and people who are interested in open source CMS software.