Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), or ADA web standards, help ensure websites can be accessed and used by everyone. Disregarding these guidelines makes it difficult for users with disabilities to use your website. It also leaves your financial institution or business at risk of a lawsuit. So what can you do? Ideally, you’ll want to…
Financial institutions of all sizes continue to be the target of lawsuits challenging their websites’ compliance with the Americans with Disability Act (ADA). These claims against financial institutions allege that their websites are places of public accommodation and are not-fully accessible to disabled persons, including people that rely on assistive devices such as screen readers to access web-based content.
Images are everywhere on the internet. Crisp, clear, well-defined graphics are an excellent way to enhance the design of a website and create a better overall user experience. Conversely, nothing discredits a website more than a barrage of blurry, pixelated blobs.
You decided you need a website. The next step – what content pages do you need? This can take many different directions depending on the business you are a part of. In all cases though, your goal should be to get your site’s visitors to the information they need with as little effort as possible on their part.
The content of your website is one of the most important things to its success. You can have the best design in the world, but if the content is messy and bland, then you’ll still end up with unhappy users. So here are some suggestions to improve the content of your site and make it more interesting for your users.
Sharing quality content across your social channels is one of the most important things a financial institution can do to engage its audience and attract new followers. And, by not being prepared, you could be missing out.
Your eyes slowly focus onto that horrifying acronym “HTML”, your palms sweating from the anxiety of clicking this forbidden object. With a shaking hand, you and your noble steed (mouse) courageously venture into this alien world only to find an undecipherable mess of words and symbols; panic ensues. But fear not traveler! Together we will navigate through the forbidden land of HTML.