6th

DEC
2017

Why you need to think deeper about accessibility

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  When the term "accessibility” is brought up in terms of web design, most people quickly jump to a few things. The first is visual impairments, people who are blind or suffer from poor...

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13th

SEP
2017

Is your site AODA compliant?

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Did you know that Ontario businesses and organizations that employ more than 49 people are required to make sure their website meets Ontario's accessibility regulations? It's true, as of January...

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25th

AUG
2017

Improved support for AODA compliance on websites

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Lifeline Design

AODA compliance is extremely important for any Canadian nonprofit, corporation, or public website. The law is designed to remove barriers for people with disabilities so they can experience the...

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16th

JUN
2016

What is the difference between responsive and adaptive web design?

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The past few years have seen an explosion in mobile usage. While desktops used to rule the roost, everybody is viewing the world through their phones now. If you break down a typical website's...

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14th

APR
2016

What to think about when redesigning your website

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It's a bit of a cliché to say the web design and online market world moves fast. Of course it does, it's the internet! But even so, the last few years have definitely seen a shift in...

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1st

MAR
2010

Accessibility Check List: The ALT tag

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Today we're going to talk about some accessibility specifics and what you can do when creating content to ensure your website remains accessible.  In this post, we'll be talking about one of the...

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18th

FEB
2010

AODA and Your Website

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The AODA or Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act is a law in Ontario governing how businesses and government offices are required to ensure that their operations do not exclude or...

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