From the Blog

Designing for Accessibility

Designing for Accessibility

Disability is commonly thought of as a human trait or attribute, however, disability is defined as the disconnect that occurs between a person’s needs and the environment, product, or service they’re interacting with. Eliminating these disconnects with the inclusion of things like curb cuts, non-visual crosswalk signals, braille on public signs, etc., can help accommodate for people with a range of different abilities.

Ecommerce Resolutions for 2019

Ecommerce Resolutions for 2019

2019 can be the year your brand finally implements those New Year’s resolutions that have been collecting dust since last January. There’s no secret formula that will make your resolutions easy, but we have some tips for making them smarter and easier to achieve without lowering your year’s expectations.

How to Foster Collaboration Between Designers and Developers

How to Foster Collaboration Between Designers and Developers

The traditional web agency workflow has been defined by handoffs – the project manager hands off the design brief to the designer, who hands that off to the developers, who hand it back to the project manager, who presents it to the client, who have changes and edits; then the whole cycle starts over again.

Call-to-Action

Call-to-Action

This week's tip is about call-to-actions and how to use them to direct visitors around your website.