Everyone deserves equal access to information and online resources. According to the Center for Disease Control, approximately 1 out of every 5 adults in the U.S. live with some form of disability. Accessible websites are able to engage a larger audience, rank higher in search, and mitigate the risk of legal liability. For organizations that value inclusiveness and diversity, accessibility is a moral imperative.
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When it comes to testing in software development, the range of options is huge. From unit testing on the backend through browser compatibility testing on the front end, there are a variety of testing approaches that will save you, your clients, and their audiences, time and headache. Katalon Recorder is a quick, simple way to get started with testing and to see the value that automated tests provide within a matter of minutes.
Your public library has evolved. No longer just a place where books are stored and borrowed, libraries provide an open gateway to a universe of information, media and the arts. Libraries are vibrant hubs for connected communities. They offer events, programs, meeting spaces, technology resources, and a host of other services for the public.
Library events reimagined. Intercept takes event management into the 21st century with the ability to track attendance, engage virtually with customers and make data-driven decisions to evolve your events.
Creating a brand strategy from scratch can seem daunting. Here are three exercises you can use in branding workshops to help kick things off.
After switching careers from advertising to User Experience Design and surviving my first year, I've compiled a list of key lessons you need to know to be successful when beginning a new role in UX Architecture.
Part 2 of the WCAG 2.1 criteria changes, this time examining Level AA and AAA guidelines and criteria.
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) is the international set of guidelines for accessible content on the internet for users with disabilities, including visual, auditory, physical and cognitive disabilities. Early this summer, the WCAG guidelines were updated to version 2.1 with 17 new success criteria spanning across all 3 levels.
Designing interfaces for pre-k children presents a handful of challenges when it comes to understanding their needs and stepping into their (much smaller) shoes. Here are a few things we consider when designing a game interface for young users.
Nonprofit organizations are always evolving – what's the best way to keep up with tagging management? We break it down into two major areas to consider: managing new tags and reviewing current tags.