The organizations charged with implementing the Working on Wellness program required a website that was not only responsive, but that complied with Federal web accessibility mandates, AND included an integrated LMS (Learning Management System) for program participants.
4Web held multiple meetings with the Working on Wellness stakeholders to gather and refine not only the public-facing website requirements, but also the functionality needed for the private, on-line learning environment.
The "easy" part was delivering a design that earned the clients' enthusiastic approval, and then coding that design responsively to conform to web accessbility requirements.
The LMS requirements were more challenging. There were only two viable options for a Joomla-friendly LMS component (add-on), but neither was web-accessible without extensive custom-coding. 4Web chose to proceed with the less well-known (and newer) option because of the developer's excellent customer-service, including custom-coding services if required. After writing some customizations to the LMS in-house, hiring an accessibility expert to test the system, and then creating alternative information-delivery methodologies to address assistive-device users' needs, 4Web delivered a site that fulfills all requirements.