Websites


Accessibility is not a one-time upgrade. We add new content to websites all the time. Keeping a website accessible takes time, maintenance and staff training. One common mistake, the Alt Tag, quickly makes a site inaccessible for consumers with vision challenges if not handled carefully. Learn how to use Alt Tags properly.

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We often hear about designing accessible websites, but how many of us understand what it is like to put those designs into practice? Empathyprompts.net offers several ways to experience accessibility issues first hand.

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Utility websites should consider following the Americans with Disabilities Act website accessibility guidelines by 2018. Wonder what an ADA-friendly website looks like? Here’s a great example from our friends at PenLight in Gig Harbor, Washington.

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All websites must be ADA compliant by 2018 according to the Department of Justice’s website. What constitutes compliance for your website is an evolving area of law and dependent on your individual situation. Read on to better understand what this means for your utility.

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