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Those of us in the web design and development world are sometimes asked to explain what UX is all about. The truth is, there is not one, static definition. There many dimensions to UX or User Experience, and it’s a discipline that can be viewed from many angles.  The goal of great UX design,… Read More about How to Achieve Great UX: 8 Steps
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The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) are a series of specifications developed and maintained by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) for the purpose of ensuring that websites are accessible for people who have disabilities. Due to technological advances and evolving perspectives on web… Read More about WCAG 3.0: What’s New and What’s Next?
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It's widely reported that Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math professions are in slated for the highest growth potential in the coming years. To varying degrees, women are under represented in these fields. Latest statistics indicate that women account for 27 percent of all STEM workers in… Read More about Taking Aim at the STEM Gender Gap
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Whether working with a Drupal consulting company on a new web build, or starting out as a Drupal developer, Drupal terminology often emerges as a sticking point. There’s a lot of Drupal jargon that’s not intuitive.  As a Drupal Trainer, I’ve found that a lot of time can be saved and confusion… Read More about New to Drupal? A Quick Guide to Drupal Terminology
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In the current, digitally driven climate, search engines serve as gatekeepers, determining whether and where a site appears on search engine results pages (SERP). Latest stats indicate that 93 percent of all web traffic is routed through search engines, with Google accounting for the vast majority… Read More about How to Optimize a Drupal Site for SEO
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