In April, our accessibility expert, Jasmyne, spoke at Middle Georgia State University's Web Tech Day. Couldn't make it? Find her key points here, and learn how to make your next website or app accessible from the start.
We’ve always prioritized accessibility. Here's a look through our milestones and a reminder why accessibility matters this Global Accessibility Awareness Day.
Social media needs to be accessible, it's great for breaking news, and you need to be aware of policies and legal requirements. See what our social media expert learned from this year's Government Social Media Conference.
Conversational interfaces meet evolving usage patterns and expectations, while also assisting users with limited abilities to access information with an easy conversation.
Better form design yields better results. In a few simple steps, we can make our forms more user friendly, mobile friendly, and accessible.
You want your website content to be accessible, but making it so without some help is a laborious endeavor for content managers. We’ve added a Drupal module that makes an automated accessibility checker available right in the WYSIWYG toolbar of your Drupal 7 site.
Government websites need to be responsive, accessible, and performant. And it’s not just the website container; it’s also the everything inside of them. If you’re publishing images and videos on your website, see what steps you need to take to make them adhere to the 3 guiding principles.
We build agency websites to be responsive, accessible, and performant. But the effort doesn’t stop with us. What can you, as the website’s content managers, do to make sure your websites stand up to these 3 principles?
We’ve received a national award for our recent Accessible Platform Initiative! This important initiative improved access to information across nearly 80 state websites. See the driving motivation behind the work.
A key component of our User First philosophy is a requirement that all new development work be responsive, accessible, and performant. Learn why these 3 qualities are the most important in product development for state agencies, and how we maintain focus on our guiding principles.