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What exactly is a responsive website? A responsive website's look and feel changes "responsively" to the size of the device that views it (from desktop monitors to mobile phones). Why does this matter?
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When developing your website strategy, think about the most important aspect of your website—the visitor experience! Putting yourself in the visitor's shoes when designing your website will put you miles ahead of your competition.
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5 Questions to Ask...
Technology changes so rapidly that it’s important to regularly evaluate how your site is performing from a visitor’s perspective, in comparison with competitor sites and with respect to your own needs.
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Put your best foot forward on your website by using professional photography. The absolute best solution is to hire a professional photographer, and if you're selling products then always be sure photos of your products are professionally photographed. A few years ago 4Web was working with a small business that was selling children's foam board craft kits. They had tried to take their own product images and it showed; it was a difficult subject matter to photograph. We convinced them to allow a professional photographer to take the images and the difference was astounding. Be sure to let the photographer know how the photos will be used on the website. They will be able to offer creative ideas for the photographs that will take your site to a higher level. Professional photographers will also size and optimize your photographs specifically for the Web.
Usability, accessibility and assistive technology allow persons of all abilities to engage in learning, employment and enjoying life to the fullest. Our #WUDNE2014 event is bringing together some of the brightest minds in these three fields, for a day of learning, experiencing and networking.
From accessible website design and compliance, to the latest assistive technology for education and employment, as well as accessible design in the home and community, the best of the best will be sharing their expertise @WUDNE2014. As you go about your day today and every day, we encourage you to think about what could be more usable to more people and consider being the catalyst of the change to make it happen. Happy World Usability Day Everyone!