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Design, Quality Assurance, Technology June 11 2020
The design and development of all websites should be heavily focused on usability and inclusiveness. That's why site managers need to understand website ADA conformance guidelines so that plans for designing, redesigning or managing a site can be reflective of these guidelines. Review this handy website ADA conformance infographic.
posted by Carley Corraccio
Strategy, Technology June 08 2020
Cookie consent and privacy regulations as a result of GDPR and CCPA can have significant impacts on Google Analytics and pixel tracking. Learn about different types of consent and best practices for your analytics tracking so that your site complies with regulations while minimizing the impact of tracking the data you need in Google Analytics. 
posted by Patrick Trayes
Technology, Quality Assurance April 27 2020
The importance of website ADA compliance has only increased over the years. With the Department of Justice opting not to develop or enforce website accessibility regulations, website conformance-related lawsuits have surged. The lack of federal regulation is certainly muddying the legal waters, so current Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) must be top of mind during every website design or redesign, and while sites are updated.
posted by Will Creedle
Technology April 15 2020
Website cookies aren’t full of sugar or butter, you should still be wary of how many you’re accepting as well as how many you’re handing out. Cookies are small files that are placed on your computer by a website in order to track your actions and attributes. Explore the different types of website cookies, privacy implications and more.
posted by Patrick Trayes
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
Marketing, Quality Assurance, Technology February 13 2020
It’s 2020. Gone are the days where accessibility best practices were simply applied to avoid a lawsuit. Creating a website that is fully accessible to individuals with disabilities should be second nature to designers and developers. Most Americans use the Internet for everything from shopping to medical advice, so websites must be inclusive to the 50 million Americans living with a disability. Here's why.
posted by Sarah Viens
Bank, Retail October 21 2019
For a bank, having your website available at a .bank extension can bring many benefits — from adding an extra level of security and supporting credibility, to providing new marketing and branding opportunities. Continue reading to learn how you can trainsition your bank website to a .bank domain.
posted by Carley Corraccio