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Case Study: The Web Guidelines - A battle between project goals and procurement rules

Attendance

Government bodies and companies face the challenge of creating websites that are optimally accessible to people as well as browsers and search engines. There are internationally recognized agreements for creating accessible websites like WCAG. The Dutch government has assembled these international standards in a quality model called the Web Guidelines. This quality model mandates significantly better websites that are made for all people.

Our session

The session is given by the client's project lead of the website www.webrichtlijnen.nl, the main websites of the Web Guidelines that governements and Drupal websites use to validate their website. You will learn how to make sure that your Drupal shop delivers a fully accessible website using your RFP. He will explain how and why they've chosen Drupal and their experiences with it so far.

The second part of the session is given by Drupal specialist Baris Wanschers who will explain the shortcomings in Drupal and how they've been solved.

For a sneak preview you can read the written case study on Drupal.org.

Session Details
Day: 
Friday 08.04.2011
Time: 
10:00
Room: 
Maelbeek
Duration: 
45-50 minutes
Speakers: 
Baris Wanschers (Sogeti Nederland B.V.)
Alexander Fase (ICTU - Webguidelines)
Session Status: 
Approved

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