Being inclusive for your website visitors matters
Some visitors to your website may be persons with a disability or may be using alternate access devices to navigate, read, and comprehend your content. There are three essential questions you should be asking about Accessibility.
- Does my website comply with 508 and WCAG standards? There are some great tools to help you look at your public facing or internal websites and identify Accessibility issues.
- After I identify Accessibility problems, how do I fix them? Your Accessibility issues could be embedded within templates or master pages, or they may be unique to content or images on individual pages.
- My website is Accessibility compliant . . . how do I keep it that way? No small task if you have multiple web editors or developers who may be creating pages, templates, and other content and design elements.
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Launch Minnesota Minnesota Department of Employment & Economic Security
The Launch Minnesota project falls within the Commissioner's office for the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED). The Launch Minnesota initiative exists to support and build business innovation and a culture and climate for startup businesses in Minnesota. The website provides access to information and resources for innovation grants, tax credits, investors, crowdfunding, and education grants, as well as a variety of other resources for entrepreneurs and business startups.View Project
Website Redesign Royal Credit Union
The new RCU website was an eight-month redesign and development project that utilized the power of the Kentico Enterprise Marketing Solution and Funnelback Search. High Monkey collaborated with the internal RCU digital experience team to design a flexible, scalable web solution to meet their Member’s needs now and into the future.View Project