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Planning an Accessibility/ADA Strategy for Your Agency

Written By: Shane Clark on October 24, 2019

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This article/blog post on ADA Strategy Planning is a supplement to one that I published on July 7th, 2019. You can find it here: Understanding Website Accessibility & ADA Compliance. In this post, I will set out a guideline for web read more »

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This article/blog post on ADA Strategy Planning is a supplement to one that I published on July 7th, 2019. You can find it here: Understanding Website Accessibility & ADA Compliance. In this post, I will set out a guideline for web read more »

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When I am quoting out a project and specifically a website build, I am doing it with the expectation that there are no unforeseen delays. Project delays add to the total hours consumed and needs to be accounted for in the initial quote. I read more »

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An ADA compliance statement is a critical part to demonstrate your client’s commitment to maintaining an ADA compliant website. There are key elements that an ADA compliance statement should contain. Each element shows the “good faith” effort that can mitigate your legal risk. read more »

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Multiple times a week, people ask me for estimates on web design/development work. There are three major types of estimate model/billing methods I use. In many cases, I see where there is an attempt to combine these types that will unfavorably impact me as read more »

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I have placed the Google Analytics tracking code on countless websites that I have either worked on or built over the last decade. It is only in a small percentage of cases where I see that Google Analytics is set up to fully utilize read more »

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What Are Negative Keywords?

Negative Keywords are a way to tell Google Ads NOT to display your ads based on a list of keywords. These are useful in preventing ad clicks from search queries that are not relevant to the services you offer. For read more »

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I’m asked approximately once a week to take on a project coming directly back from a retail client. In almost every case I turn down the job. I do not believe the amount money saved will benefit the client in the long run. A read more »

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I have been doing WordPress development coming up on 9 years and the biggest obstacle I have found has been the disconnect between development and hosting. I am fully aware the cost to host a WordPress site can be as little as $1- $3 read more »

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AMP stands for Accelerated mobile pages. This open source technology is sponsored by Google to combat the need for faster load load times for web pages on mobile devices. You can think of AMP as the lighter weight version of CSS read more »

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