ADA Compliance for Websites: What You Need to Know

    Jun 01, 2018 Jessica Jones

    Please note: We are not attorneys and the information below does not constitute legal advice. If you are in need of legal assistance, please speak with an attorney. The text...
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    Don't Fear the Burger - Mobile Menus & Usability

    Aug 05, 2015 Jessica Jones

    If the term “hamburger menu” only brings to mind what a server would hand you at the Stock & Barrel, let’s bring you up to speed. The three-lined button that...
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    Google Maps - Because Searching Isn't Always A Good Thing

    May 26, 2015 Jessica Jones

    Does your business have a brick and mortar location that your customers or clients visit regularly? If so, you probably have your address listed on your website, because that’s just...
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    Access vs. Ability: Web Design, Code & Comfort Level

    May 11, 2015 Jessica Jones

    It’s a fairly common occurrence for one of our clients to use the word “access” in a way that doesn’t quite fit the situation. They’ll want to know whether they...
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    Color and Web Design: Beyond the Yellow Crayon

    Apr 14, 2015 Jessica Jones

    When you begin the process of working with a web developer to build a new site, one of the first things that you’ll be asked to decide on is the...
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    MIAs: Stay Off the List!

    Feb 03, 2015 Jessica Jones

    I’ve been working with Slamdot for over two years now. I’ve got a healthy list of open projects at any given time. New projects get started regularly, and sites get...
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    Prefab WordPress Themes - Worth the Risk?

    Jan 06, 2015 Jessica Jones

    If you’ve ever looked into building your own WordPress site, you probably know that there are a lot of places out there offering free or low-cost WordPress themes. This may...
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    The Dark Side May Have Cookies, But It's Still Not For Everyone

    Jul 09, 2014 Jessica Jones

    Recently we talked about navigation bar placement and why horizontal navigation has become the web standard, as well as why using a vertical navigation menu can work but only if...
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    Location, Location, Location: Where Your Navigation Bar Works Best

    Jun 16, 2014 Jessica Jones

    Last month I posted about organizing your website for a better user experience. An organized website, of course, includes a well thought out and intuitive navigation menu. Today we’re going...
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    Don't Fear the Fold: Why the Scrollbar is Your Friend

    Jun 09, 2014 Jessica Jones

    There was a time when web design was very focused on keeping everything “above the fold” - meaning that users would be able to see most if not all of...
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    Beyond SEO - Organization & User Experience

    May 06, 2014 Jessica Jones

    What’s more important than SEO? User experience. All the SEO work in the world won’t do you any good if users come to your site and then leave in frustration....
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