Drupal WxT is a version of Drupal designed for the Canadian government and organizations with bilingual and accessibility requirements and represents a faithful implementation of the Web Experience Toolkit/Boîte à outils de l'expérience Web (WET-BOEW). It provides components and templates for building accessible, multilingual, easy-to-use, and mobile-friendly websites.

In this webinar, Evolving Web shares ideas for the future of content management in the Canadian government's departments and agencies. We discuss the challenges Drupal WxT faces in a landscape with so many CMS options available and a post-COVID world where delivering accessible content to citizens is more important than ever.

What you'll learn

  • How Drupal WxT works and how to implement it
  • What challenges government web publishing stakeholders are facing
  • How the digital world presses Drupal WxT into modernization
  • How governments use CMS platforms for:
    • Maintainable, compliant web content
    • More consistent web experiences
    • Improved search
    • Interactive voice applications such as Alexa and Google Home
    • Better content discovery
  • What features and integrations Drupal offers, and when to use them
  • How the government uses other web content approaches and platforms and how Drupal WxT fits within the ecosystem of tools

Who should attend

All stakeholders involved in web content production at the Government of Canada, including:

  • Web publishers
  • CMS developers
  • Content designers
  • CIO-suite
  • Digital service designers
  • Digital design and UX professionals

About the host

Nathan Vexler
Trainer at Evolving Web

Nathan is a Programmer Analyst with 7 years of experience building Drupal projects in Higher Education and in Government including 4 years of building accessible websites with the Drupal Web Experience Toolkit. He has a passion for empowering students and citizens to co-design and develop digital services of the future. In this aim, he has also been highly involved in the Open Data movement since 2011.