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Its Not Just for the Blind – Making Your Website Accessible for all

If you ask most Web developers about Section 508 they will respond with something about their site being accessible to the blind. Most people don’t realize that 508-accessibility is not just about making Web sites accessible to the blind. Section 508 is about removing barriers and making Web site information accessible and usable to all.


Content Organization on Websites

As many of you well know, designing a web site can be very difficult. Part of that difficulty is in creating an information architecture that represents your content organization and labeling the links to make that content easy to find.


Landing Page Guide for Websites

A landing page is a website page that is created for one purpose – to persuade the site visitor to convert into a customer by making a sale, completing a form (thereby becoming a qualified lead), signing up for a newsletter, etc. We provide this landing page quick reference so you can pull it out...


User-Centered Design & Usability Tips for Websites

User-Centered Design User-centered design (UCD) is an approach for employing usability. It is a structured product development methodology that involves users throughout all stages of Web site development, in order to create a Web site that meets users’ needs. This approach considers an organization’s business objectives and the user’s needs, limitations, and preferences.