Like so many things today, the world of website accessibility testing is becoming automated. There are tools and internet browser extensions now available that make it possible to perform tests in minutes instead of the hours — if not days — that used to be required for completion.Continue Reading
Last month, most of our Duo team traveled to Nashville for DrupalCon 2018. The annual event brought more than 3,000 Drupal developers and advocates together to discuss the latest changes and trends with the platform. Every time I’ve attended DrupalCon, I’ve left energized about the platform’s future and inspired to bring that excitement to our clients. This year was no different.Continue Reading
Duo recently started working with an up-and-coming startup to determine a set of requirements for the company’s new mobile app. Based off of phone calls with the startup team, there were a lot of elements that they considered to be important to the project, but due to time and scope limitations, the team wanted us to determine what the minimum viable product was.Continue Reading
As you begin a new website project — be it redesigning an existing site or creating a new hub for content from scratch — there are a number of questions for you to consider. What do you want the site to look like? How is your content going to be organized? What platform are you going to use for your content management system?Continue Reading
There are four letters that have been on the minds of web developers recently.
GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation, which are new regulations set to debut on May 25, 2018, that will limit what personal information websitesContinue Reading
As a sales manager here at Duo, I am in the fortunate position to talk with a lot of potential clients. During those conversations, the question I get most frequently - and the one that frankly I like answering the most - is why a potential client should choose Duo instead of another agency.
Here at Duo, we’ve helped build hundreds of websites for our clients using Drupal. Along the way, we’ve seen some common features that just about any type of business website requires.Continue Reading
Earlier this month, I attended a meetup with other designers, developers and user experience (UX) specialists from across the Chicago area. The session was about building quality accessibility practices into your project processes, and it was fascinating.
The event speakers were a front-end software engineer and a quality assurance engineer, and they each spoke about how addressing accessibility plays a role in their day-to-day responsibilities.Continue Reading
Ask anyone who has worked in the digital space, and they’ll tell you that technology moves quickly. Changes take place. Updates happen. It’s imperative to stay on top of the latest news and information about the technology you’re involved with, otherwise you’ll quickly fall behind, and your reputation will suffer.Continue Reading