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Ontario Job Opportunity Network

Ontario Job Opportunity Information Network (JOIN) is one of Canada’s leading organizations specializing in recruitment of persons with disabilities and disability in the workplace. Their organization works with job seekers with disabilities and assists employers in making their workplaces more accessible.

Ontario Job Opportunity Network (JOIN) needed to update their website to demonstrate leadership and excellence in accessibility and meet AODA WCAG 2.0 Level AA requirements. OpenConcept was ideally suited to provide the expertise needed and build this website in Drupal 7.

OpenConcept designed and built the JOIN Public website in Drupal, allowing the solution to meet AODA-WCAG 2.0 level AA standards (one of the main target audiences being job seekers with disabilities) and allow users to navigate the site on mobile devices.

 

Services:

  • Web Development and Responsive Theming
  • Calendar Management Functionality
  • Faceted search Set-up
  • CRM integration
  • Content Mapping and Migration Plan
Screenshot of JOIN's website homepage

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