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Marketing, Quality Assurance March 27 2020
There are now more ways than ever before to relay a message and communicate on a universal level, and video is one of the most popular. Explore this article to understand what will allow your video and audio transcripts to be most useful to audiences – resulting in a fair video user experience for all.
posted by Danielli Franquim
Quality Assurance March 18 2020
The focus on website ADA compliance has never been more prominent than in recent years. With a range of visitor types, higher education websites must strive to make a fair experience for all visitors, no matter their disability. So where does a college or university begin?
posted by Will Creedle
Announcements March 12 2020

In the spirit of communication, we wanted to provide you with helpful information about how ZAG Interactive is impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic so you can rest assured that we are prepared and ready to live up to our mission of rising above client expectations.

posted by Michelle Brown
Announcements, Quality Assurance March 03 2020
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) will continue to evolve to keep up with changes in technology and the ultimate goal of providing a more accessible digital world. Learn about the release of the first WCAG 2.2 guidelines, and how it impacts site owners, designers and developers.
posted by Dan Seagull
Quality Assurance February 24 2020
In 2019, the sector with the largest month-to-month increase in website ADA-related litigation was hotels. The reason? Small hotels and franchises of larger chains often did not allow individuals with a disability to reserve accessible rooms through their online reservation system. Here's why.
posted by Danielli Franquim
Marketing February 20 2020

The process of gathering the information required to write content might be something you’ve never considered, especially if it’s the first time you’re in charge of a website rebuild for your company. To make things go smoothly when working with a copywriter, consider these points and the rationale behind them.

posted by Douglas Malan
Design, Marketing February 20 2020
Print materials can be both visually appealing and disability friendly when following a few simple guidelines. Have no fear, designers – you can still create beautiful collateral without compromising ADA compliance. We’ve compiled a list of do’s and don’ts to help make your print materials accessible.
posted by Sarah Viens