While the FCC's recent ruling on Net Neutrality raises many questions and concerns on the landscape of a future Internet, the very spirit of the World Wide Web is guided by the idea that content and information should be widely accessible and available to as many people as possible, and on many device types as possible. This includes making sure content is available to people with disabilities, as well as on non-standard device formats (such as mobile devices). This post will give an overview of the basic principles of Web Accessibility, examples of how you can make your site more accessible, as well as some resources for improving your website conversion rates (CRO)
Forms are one of the most important means for collecting information on a website, as well as having users contact you, whether it be logging in to Twitter or filling out a contact form. There are several elements used in a website to collect and send information. This post will look at a handful of the most common ones, and how you can add them to your website.