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Best Practices for Building a Successful Business Website

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In today’s digital age, a strong online presence is essential for any business looking to thrive and grow. Your website serves as the virtual face of your company and is often the first point of contact for potential customers. To make a lasting impression and drive success, it’s crucial to follow best practices for building […]

How to Get Started on Website Redesign

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You have decided it is time to redesign your website. Some of you may have really good reasons as to why you want to redesign your website, and others just want to because they “feel” it is needed. For those that are ready to get started, let’s back up for just a minute and be sure to do this the right way; let’s start from the beginning. 

4 Web Design Trends to Look for in 2020

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It’s a bit overwhelming how fast trends in the digital world change year after year. And in 2020, there will be no exception. The future is now, and it shows in the upcoming trends for web design in 2020. It is crucial for businesses to stay up-to-date on the latest practices in web design in order to stay accessible and relevant to their users. 

Don’t Be a Clone. Does Your Website Have Personality?

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While I was apartment hunting a couple of months ago, I started to notice that about half of the apartment complex websites I visited used the exact same website template and layout. Each site swapped out a few images and colors, but on the whole, each website was a clone of the next. How was I supposed to choose between these complexes when they all seemed the same to me?

Is Your Business at Risk: Website ADA Compliance

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The new ADA web compliance rules are upon us and many companies are still confused as to how these regulations impact them. To be perfectly clear, any business that has a website should make sure their website is accessible for all who visit it. There are many risks associated with ADA non-compliance, including fines.

Is Your Website Accessible to Everyone?

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Website accessibility is a hot topic following new 2018 legislation that expanded ADA compliance requirements to online resources. Now businesses really need to be asking themselves if their sites are really as accessible as they once believed. Fortunately, the published WCAG 2.0 guidelines are paving the way to easy accessibility for all websites.

Is Your Website ADA Compliant?

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For many companies, ADA compliance is all about wheelchair ramps and restroom doors, but now ADA compliance has also become a digital issue. Businesses who fall under ADA rules must also provide accessibility for their websites to all users, whether they are accessing the web from a desktop computer or a specialty device. So how does your website stack up when it comes to ADA compliance?