Case Study

Drupal Camp Asheville 2024 - July 12th-14th

Accessibility is Whole Team Responsibility

Elena Talanker
North Carolina Department of IT
Marla Laubisch
North Carolina Department of IT

Our State of North Carolina Digital Commons platform supports 85 state websites that serve over 10 million constituents. As we acknowledge the growing preference for digital channels as the primary means of engagement, we work to prioritize the development and design of their websites and digital services to align with the public's expectations.

Building a LAMP Based Web Server in the 21st Century

Kevin Pittman
Georgia Institute of Technology

When selecting a place to host your Drupal site (or any kind of website) you may feel stuck between the many commercial products out there, from Plesk and CPanel to third-party ISP hosting.  There is another option: you can still build your own fully open-source web server in the tradition known as LAMP (Linux, Apache HTTPD, MySQL, PHP).  We'll step through the process of standing up

How to Audit PDFs for 508 at Scale

Lauren Maffeo

You've read the Statement of Work for your next client project: A full content audit of their website to prepare for the client's first migration to Drupal.

This client has 50k+ PDFs on their website, and few (if any) are 508-compliant. Your job is to audit all PDFs for 508 compliance to support a new, accessible Drupal website.

Tips and tricks to be aware of when deploying your own Svelte Widget/Library

Bernardo Martinez
University of Tennessee Chattanooga

Ever wish you could create universal widgets? A widget that could be placed in WordPress, Drupal, 11ty and anywhere else? Are you curious on how chat bots and other embed JavaScript widgets work? Stop by to gather some tips and tricks. There are plenty of tutorials out there on creating JavaScript apps but there's a lack on libraries and widgets.