No matter how users get to your sites, they deserve an inclusive, accessible experience. A main navigation component built with accessibility in mind goes a long way towards this goal. Fortunately, WordPress leaves the implementation of accessibility best practices up to theme and plugin developers. This means that by carefully thinking about how to build […]
Contributor: Adam Berkowitz
Hi! I'm on the web development team at UConn's office of University Communications. Mostly I work on WordPress development and maintenance with an emphasis on accessibility. However, since our team of developers is so small, I've also been learning about and working with tools like Docker, Jenkins, and CI/CD in general. I've been at UConn since 2016. Before that I was a professional musician performing and teaching throughout New England.
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