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“Accessibility”

Finding Your Site’s Focus

In a previous post, we discussed the psychology of design. Similarly, understanding your intended audience and applying that knowledge to the content on your site will help you speak more directly to those you are trying to reach. Search For many visitors who eventually reach your site, that journey begins with a search engine – and increasingly, speaking to a phone. Understanding what search terms visitors are using to find products like yours can help guide the words that should…

Why your website needs to be accessible

Why Your Website Needs to Be Accessible

If you knew there was a secret to getting a 20% jump in site traffic, you would want in on that secret, right? Well, it’s not really much of a secret, but for some reason many businesses are ignoring a fairly simple way to do just that. The key is in user experience, but more precisely, accessibility. Is your website accessible to all users? If not, you could be missing out on up to 20% of the population (1 billion…

Education is the first step to global accessibility

Global Accessibility Awareness Day: Understanding Concerns in the Travel Industry

Today is Global Accessibility Awareness Day. It’s a day meant to introduce the topic of digital accessibility and the needs of users with disabilities to everyone in the hopes of making their web experience a better one. Just four years ago, GAAD was a concept proposed by Los Angeles-based web developer, Joe Devon. Frustrated with the lack of information available about web accessibility, he sought to get like-minded developers and others in the digital world together to spread the word.…

Web accessibility is the KEY to more profits!

5 Web Accessibility Mistakes Property Managers Make

Thanks to the Americans with Disabilities Act, developers have increasingly been working accessible designs into their physical properties…but what about the digital ones? That’s right – your website needs to be accessible too, and that involves accessible design and development of a different nature. If you’re in the real estate or property management game, you know all about the Fair Housing Act. The mandate emphasizes that “It is unlawful to discriminate in any aspect of selling or renting housing or…

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How to Make Data Accessible

One of our Twitter followers is interested in solving important medical and scientific questions while making his data accessible to everyone, including users with disabilities. Using an API and a small suite of strong web code, accessibility can be automated and will remain accessible regardless of changing data.

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