Sydney Shimko is a senior member of the Front-End team and Accessibility Practice Lead at Northwoods. She combines the aesthetics of thoughtful design with semantic, responsive code. She strives to provide the best solutions for client projects, negotiating rapid change in the field of Front-End development and ensuring functionality across an ever-growing variety of devices and new technologies.
Adherence to website accessibility standards can improve usability for everyone, enhance user experience, build brand loyalty and encourage conversions. Read on to make your WordPress website accessible and ADA Section 508 compliant.
Website accessibility testing uncovers non-compliance issues with your organization’s website accessibility standards. Although there are automated tools available to help with accessibility testing, they cannot replace human judgment.
Website accessibility is important, but making your social media content accessible to all users is also important. Find out how to make sure your content effectively reaches everyone.
Review the 2019 guidelines that will help you build a more ADA Accessible website.
Websites built with accessibility in mind often turn out to improve usability for everyone. Better usability enhances user experience, which builds brand loyalty and encourages conversions.
Choosing the perfect images for your website is half the battle. The other half involves optimizing those images to give users the best possible experience.
Fonts and typography are important website design elements. Keep these eight considerations in mind before choosing a font for your site.
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