UX Principles for Designing Component Based Systems

05/30/2019 - 17:52
Web design is a phenomenon that took years to evolve with a shifting paradigm of design systems. In order to create manifold digital products that can be brought under one single umbrella, component-based design systems were introduced in the recent past. Being much easier and efficient to maintain, components like cards (a combination of text and buttons) and forms (a combination of inputs and… Read more

Checklist to Comply with ADA Accessibility in Higher Education

10/28/2018 - 12:45
The American Disability Act (ADA), 1990 provides provisions to secure the rights of specially-abled people. Although, when first passed, it focussed primarily on physical properties, over time it has covered digital spaces too, which means people can take a complaint to the court for discriminating and violating the ADA act.  Accessibility is a more accepted norm when it comes to physical… Read more

Mitigating Accessibility for Everyone via Screen Readers

10/24/2018 - 11:20
The use of internet has to be considered as the most powerful resource known to mankind. We have been granted with the access to information that may be tough to digest in a lifetime, thus taking full advantage of that data would be concluded as part of our own rights.  UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities recognized that the access to information should be equal for every… Read more

CMS Comparison 2019: Drupal vs Umbraco

09/21/2018 - 19:01
Like every organization, you want yours to build around consistent and successful marketing operations. The choice of your CMS has a lot to do with the execution of successful marketing campaigns.  Dynamic organizational goals need dynamic sites. Which raises the bar high when selecting the CMS of your choice. But, it comes along the cost involved in all aspects.  In the comparison series,… Read more
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