True accessibility doesn’t come from a one-size-fits-all approach. Learn how customization can help you meet the diverse needs of users with disabilities.
Every website has the potential to deliver ever-better results. The trick? Continuous evolution. Your digital presence should be a living thing that’s always adjusting to stay relevant and valuable.
Branding. Everyone seems to have something to say on the subject, so much so that writing fresh content on branding feels like a thankless task.
Higher education institutions expect a lot out of their websites. These strategies will help institutions get the most out of their content management systems.
Designing user experiences in the healthcare industry is a challenge at every level. When it comes to health, users have heightened anxiety and urgency about finding information. On the flip side, institutions have to be careful about sharing information and setting up channels of communication that protect the health of the public and individuals. Investing in websites and apps that cater to the user journey of patients and families is, we believe, worth the extra effort.
Higher education websites can demand a lot from their content management systems. Since there are literally dozens of CMS options and features to consider, how can we narrow it down?
With a core practice in higher education, we've seen—and resolved—all kinds of CMS implementation challenges. Here we'll take a look at some must-have CMS features for your higher education website.
If you develop for Drupal 9, you probably noticed that theming has improved a lot. And if you're upgrading your theme to D9, given Drupal 7's upcoming end of life in November 2022, you'll find the job considerably easier if you follow some basic but crucial steps.
Let's look at the main theming features on Drupal 9 and how to have your Drupal 7 theme ready for this latest version of Drupal.
Using plain language is crucial to clear, simple communication. It helps you to create content that’s readily understandable, straightforward, and useful to your audience. When you follow plain language guidelines, readers will require fewer clarifications and make fewer mistakes when, for example, they fill out a form or apply for any kind of service.
In this article, we’ll provide plain language guidelines, examples, and tools that are useful for writing inclusive digital content. By following them, your readers will:
Learn how (and why!) higher education institutions can build diversity and inclusion into their admissions process.
Every application or website exposed to the internet is susceptible to be exploited by malicious users. Here are some of our team's best practices and essential modules to secure any new Drupal installation.