Do your web pages pass these 10 quality tests?

How do you know if your web content is great? Check your pages against these 10 golden tests for quality web content. If your web team needs a set of principles to guide decisions on what content can go on your site, we recommend this checklist as your starting point. 1. The 3-second test CanContinue reading “Do your web pages pass these 10 quality tests?”

The Writer’s Guide to Making Accessible Web Content

Left-handed people are surrounded by items that aren’t designed for them. Scissors, golf clubs, desks, video game controllers: it’s a right-hander’s world, and it’s annoying that they don’t take your needs into account. But imagine moving from annoyed to frustrated, because a product is completely unusable. That’s what it feels like to use the InternetContinue reading “The Writer’s Guide to Making Accessible Web Content”

5 Ways to Make Your Web Content More Neurodiversity Inclusive | NOS Magazine

When most people think about accessibility in technology, their first thought may be about accessibility for blind or D/deaf people: captioning, visual descriptions or Braille conversion. Blind and D/deaf people aren’t the only ones who benefit from inclusive technology, though. Autistic people, people with learning disabilities, people with ADHD and other neurodivergent people also haveContinue reading “5 Ways to Make Your Web Content More Neurodiversity Inclusive | NOS Magazine”

Writing content for responsive design | 4 Syllables

If you’re writing for the web, you’re writing for responsive design. Or you soon will be. In this article, we offer some tips to get your content working well on a range of screen sizes and orientations. … 3 tips to make content work for responsive designs. 1 Write in plain English. 2 Pay attention to contentContinue reading “Writing content for responsive design | 4 Syllables”