WCAG 2.1 – ADA – Section 508 – With so many web accessibility terms floating around, what does your government need to know?
Resources for Local Government Officials
How the Finance Department has brought its processes online to improve civic engagement.
What you may not have known about the types of disabilities, and tips for improving your organization’s website accessibility.
Any online service that utilizes a form should be accessible to anyone and everyone. Here’s what you need to consider when creating these forms.
Social media helps local governments be more accessible to their constituents. Here are best practices to help get more from your social platforms.
In order to foster a culture of accessibility, the diversity and inclusion movement needs to deliberately and actively broaden its scope to include people with disabilities.
Accessible web design is a vital concern for government agencies. From building accessible forms to ensuring that website user experience is optimized for all users – it is now more important than ever to follow WCAG and ADA guidelines.
Expert advice on how city governments can successfully implement digital services, from vendor procurement to user adoption.
When it comes to government automation, forms and online services, there are a lot of ways we can make these processes more beautiful. But it starts with a fundamental change in our approach.