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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
Strategy, Technology August 05 2019
On the heels of GDPR going into effect in 2018, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) has numerous implications for CA business owners. Learn about the CCPA and what you can do to prepare.
posted by Michelle Brown
Quality Assurance May 14 2019
NY lawmakers recently introduced a "notice and cure" bill to curb the dramatic rise in website accessibility lawsuits. Learn what this bill means, and how it might affect your website ADA plans.
posted by Will Creedle
Design, Quality Assurance, Technology February 18 2019
Find out why designing for accessibility instead of retrofitting a website for ADA can save your business time, money and hassle.
 
posted by Danielli Franquim
Marketing, Technology January 18 2019
What is a privacy policy and why do I need one? Businesses are increasingly investing in advanced analytics tracking and digital marketing, and there is increased public interest in data protection because of data breaches. To help you evaluate where your site measures up, we’ve provided several privacy policy requirements and best practices.
posted by Rachel Avery Conley
Quality Assurance July 17 2018

WCAG 2.1 website ADA guidelines were formally released in June 2018. Learn more about these enhancements to 2.0 guidelines so that you can understand how to retrofit your website to conform - resulting in a better user experience for all users, no matter their disability.

posted by Dan Seagull
Technology June 20 2018
If you’ve received a higher-than-average number of emails related to data retention over the last few months, you’re not alone. It seems like every online shopping outlet, advertising network, app and reporting platform wants to let you know about changes to their terms of service, privacy policy, and overall means of collecting and storing user data.
posted by Patrick Trayes