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WCAG Compliance Tips

As digital marketers prepare for the new guidelines (WCAG 2.1) here are some tips to keep in mind when designing for handicap and disability accessibility:

– Be mindful that for people using devices like a screen reader, scrolling is difficult and annoying.
– Make sure you’re using a large enough size for body copy.
– Don’t use only color to indicate a form error.
– Don’t hide links or action items under hover states.
– Higher contrast between background color and type colors makes it easier to read for all users, but especially for those with vision problems.

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Crack the Code With Ed Kauffmann

Name: Ed Kauffmann Position: Web Developer What’s your average day like at Oneupweb? Busy. Tell us about a favorite client moment. When a client quickly realizes that their site is coming together toward the end of the project, and they tell us it’s even better than their expectations. Tell us about a favorite Oneupweb moment […]

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19 Signs Your Website Sucks & What to Do about It

Let’s get real about websites and the web in general. It’s not as easy as it looks. I know it. You know it. It’s certainly not that easy to have a great website. It takes a whole lot of work to design, implement and maintain. Websites are hard. But, here’s the thing: websites are important. […]

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iOS 7 Safari: 3 Improvements, 4 New Hurdles

Apple recently released iOS 7, its latest operating system for the iPhone, iPad and iPad Touch. iOS 7 is the default for the new iPhone 5S and 5C models, but owners of some older Apple devices can also download it and update their older operating systems. So, what does this mean for web development? Like […]

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Psst— Your Site Visitors Are Human

Build your site around its user—consider their expectations, needs, feelings; build the site so that it’s useful, valuable and meaningful for the end user. Digital spiders crawl the world wide web, archiving and collecting data. Servers store and call up data; acting as air traffic controllers funneling information here and there, directing it to its […]

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Introducing Charles .NET Williams – Beep Boop

Name: Charles Williams Position: Web Developer What’s your average day like at Oneupweb? Hurry up and wait, but without the waiting part. Answers take time but there are always other things that can be done while waiting for any particular thing. Once in a while I get a long stretch of time dedicated to a […]

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