All posts by Aaron Day

By now, you understand what accessibility for your website means, and that it is important for your business to ensure that your website is easily navigable by all users, including those using assistive technologies. Assistive technologies include screen readers, magnification software, text readers, speech input software, pointers, motion trackers, and more. Once we have committed Read More »

So, your business’s website needs to be brought up to ADA accessibility standards, and you have a rough idea of what that means, but what do you do next? The ADA has set forth a Title II Checklist for website accessibility. This is designed for use in conducting a preliminary assessment of the accessibility of Read More »

With the growing number of accessibility lawsuits against websites, you may be wondering if your business is in danger of being sued for violations of the ADA (Americans With Disabilities Act). Are there strict legal requirements that your website must meet in order to be considered compliant? In the U.S., apart from federal, state, and Read More »

You may have heard that in order for your website to be compatible under the law with the standards required by the ADA (Americans With Disabilities Act), that you must meet WCAG 2.0 Accessibility Standards. This is true! WCAG is the most widely adopted and comprehensive international technical standard for web content accessibility. Although it Read More »

The ADA (Americans With Disabilities Act) requires by law that all websites which do business in the United States meet certain accessibility requirements. This means that your website must be easily usable by individuals with disabilities. But how do you know if your website meets accessibility standards? There are easy ways to test whether your Read More »

You may be wondering what it means for your website to be accessible to everyone according to ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) standards. What does it mean to make the internet accessible to everyone?  If you do any business via website in the United States, your website is required by the ADA to adhere to Read More »

As of Monday 4/20, there are now over 770K reported Coronavirus cases in the US. With unreported cases, it’s probably triple that, meaning that roughly 1 out of every 150 Americans has already contracted COVID-19. That means there’s still over 99% could get the virus. Justifiably, your customers are hunkered down and waiting for a Read More »

Due to recent events, many of our clients have transitioned to working from home. Many web designers including some of our team have already been working remotely for years, so it’s nothing new for them. We’d like to share a few of our tools and tricks for working from home and managing a remote team. Read More »

We’re in the midst of a pandemic. With the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) quickly spreading, we need to stay away from large groups of people. Schools have closed, events have been canceled, and businesses are closing until further notice.  Is this overreacting? Or is this response too little, too late? Only time will tell but currently Read More »

Did you know there’s a free and easy way for you to get more traffic to your website and thus boosting your sales? I’m talking about Google Reviews and by asking your customers to leave you reviews, you can improve your local search ranking while promoting your reputation! You may have even seen our Google Read More »

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