Accessibility During COVID-19 Is Even More Crucial
Document accessibility and website accessibility are even more crucial for organizations during this COVID-19 crisis. So many more people are online now than before, and approximately 1 in 5 of them is someone with a disability. That means your website just became that much more crucial to your organization. But is your website now more of an asset or more of a liability?Continue reading Accessibility During COVID-19 Is Even More Crucial
11 Myths About Accessibility
Unless you or someone you know has a disability (temporary or permanent), you may not think about accessibility at all. If your organization doesn’t understand it or has preconceived notions about it, read on to get the facts, as we dispel 11 myths about accessibility.Continue reading 11 Myths About Accessibility
Is Your Website Hurting Your Nonprofit?
Your website is an extension of your brand, another way that people can interact with your organization. Even though it doesn’t talk, it certainly says something about your organization. So negative experiences with your website can have a detrimental impact on your nonprofit’s brand. Visitors who already know of your organization may be more forgiving than new visitors, but first impressions are lasting. Let’s look at six areas in which your website could be hurting your nonprofit.Continue reading Is Your Website Hurting Your Nonprofit?
Is Your Nonprofit’s Website a Lawsuit Waiting to Happen?
5 Reasons Your Nonprofit Needs an Accessible Website Design
If your nonprofit organization doesn’t have an accessible website design or have accessible digital documents and publications, it is alienating supporters or members who have a disability. In some cases, Section 508 or ADA laws require accessibility. In others, it’s just the right thing to do. Here is an explanation of accessibility and why your nonprofit should care.Continue reading Is Your Nonprofit’s Website a Lawsuit Waiting to Happen?
Save Money on Print or Web Publishing With Clean Copy
Did you know you could save money on print or web publishing simply by starting with clean copy? Whether you are publishing a document for print or for the web, the process always starts with a text file, most commonly a Microsoft Word file. Because that file is the source of content that will potentially appear in many forms—a web page, a PDF, an ePub and/or print publication—the cleaner it is, the less cleanup a designer or developer will have to do. So formatting it correctly up front will not only save you time and money but avoid duplicating cleanup efforts at various stages of the process.Continue reading Save Money on Print or Web Publishing With Clean Copy