• New ADA Lawsuits Target Your Website

    Enacted in 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a landmark civil rights law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability in all public places. Little do many businesses and corporations know, their website is considered a public place, covered by the ADA. Nearly every business and organization is at risk of ADA […]

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  • The Species of CMS

    One of the most critical decisions to make when rebuilding a website is choosing the CMS technology that will underpin ­it. It’s a decision that will impact all of the marketing department, subject matter experts, and IT staff of an organization. They’ll likely interact with this system every day for as long as a decade. […]

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  • Making Navigation Invisible

    Building an elegant navigation scheme for a client’s site is a critical part of any web redesign, and one of the most difficult. My colleague Pete (whose anecdote I have shamelessly stolen borrowed to inspire this post) explains to our clients that good navigation should be like electricity: it’s invisible, it “just works,” and you […]

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