Ring in the new year with these practical steps to creating a more inclusive and accessible digital experience for your users.
Posts for Category "design"
Learn the fundamentals to creating an eye-catching website that follows WCAG guidelines and is designed with the user in mind.
Four tips to help your organization's website work well, be inclusive and accessible and look great for your visitors.
While working on a newsletter, our team stumbled upon a major oversight when creating alt-text for some images. Through this, we learned a valuable lesson in our approach to equitable digital design.
Are you sending the right message to your audience?
If your donation form isn’t performing the way you expect it to, the first place to go to start fixing it…is the last place many people look.
How do you know if your emails are earning a passing grade when it comes to computer screens, mobile devices and beyond?
Is your nonprofit website suffering from homepage neglect? Take our easy 2 question quiz to find out and find tips on how you can refresh it.
In today’s world, our online lives are no longer confined to the constraints of a desktop monitor. The fold no longer dictates what your users see – you do.
Knowing you’re going to live with your site for a while, it’s really important to get it right. We've got some things you should do BEFORE starting a web site redesign project.
Just when you get a great looking, user-friendly website launched it seems there’s another device that makes it look crappy. Decide what type of option will work best for your needs and budget.