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.
Oftentimes in state government, agencies have a lot of data, but they aren’t sure what to do with it. Learn how to approach data in a way that serves your business needs.
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.
Web standards and guidelines are in place for a purpose; to make your website better and to give users a better overall experience.
Conversational interfaces meet evolving usage patterns and expectations, while also assisting users with limited abilities to access information with an easy conversation.
Are you ready to jump onto the video bandwagon? Make sure you’re doing it for the right reasons! Then check out these tips to get started.
Following the recent Federal Government “HTTPS-Only Standard”, we are migrating all GeorgiaGov platform sites to the HTTPS protocol. The change will protect our brands and all who visit our sites.
Structure your Tweets! Once you've enabled Twitter cards on your site, you can use the default settings or jump deeper into customizations.
In this final installation of our three-part series, we will briefly discuss what makes someone a good tester as well as some of the tools you can use to conduct your testing.