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We share some tips on how to check your website for common accessibility issues.
We share some of the insights we gained by working on a redesign that would reduce page load time for a client's product pages.
We offer some tips on how to design a website in a way that helps users intuitively understand how to use it to accomplish their goals.
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We look at how Section 508 sets standards for websites to ensure everyone can use them, even if they have physical disabilities.
Nobody wants to appear dumb when talking to technical people, so here are some answers to questions that you might have been wary about asking.
Diagram's Kevin Apgar shares the importance of quality control testing and how to prepare for a handoff.
Content managers have a great deal of power over a website. We share some tips for how to format content to provide the best experience for every user.