When it comes to website accessibility, inclusivity is key (especially in light of new ADA lawsuits). It doesn’t matter how clean your code, how beautiful your design, or how engaging your content, if your website is inoperable to people with visual, auditory, motor, or cognitive disabilities. But making your website accessible does not mean you have to choose function over form. The best websites can be enjoyed by all without compromising innovative, compelling web design. (more…)
Zack is a Business Development Associate. When asked about lead prospecting he would say “much like actual prospecting it is hard, honest work that can either end in fortune or misery.” He is regularly called a 12 year old by his coworkers.