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What Does Having an ADA Compliant Website Mean?

Can you imagine a doctor’s office bathroom without a handicap stall? What about a hospital with no elevators? Just like your brick-and-mortar healthcare practice, you should be optimizing your website to be ADA compliant. Providing navigable websites for people with disabilities is not only a societal necessity like handicap-only parking spots, it’s also now considered […]

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Why UX Research, Design and Testing Are Important for Your Business

A design student’s take on the value of UX  by Liv Bishop As an advertising and branding student working with Google Maps on a UX-focused design project, I’ve learned quite a bit about what drives relevant web design and services that positively impact a business and its customers. Starting with expansive research and ending with a dynamic […]

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