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Peter BoydLaw Firms Websites and the Americans with Disabilities Act: Web Content Accessibility Guidelines

Government Website Rules for Complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act In an effort to ensure that all individuals with disabilities have access to programs, services and related activities, all government websites (state, local and federal) must comply with the…

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Peter BoydChrome and Firefox Plugins We Recommend for Web Design and Development

Plugins Our Team Can’t Live Without Listed below are resources that our team uses for web design and development.  Do you have any others?  We would love to hear from you. Leave a reply in the comments, or tweet us,…

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Allison GagliardiMaster Content File Audits: What Our Editor Looks For

Details to Include in Your Master Content File Your master content file is crucial to the web development process. This document houses all of your content/notes/information. It tells the developers what goes where so that they can add the content to…

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Peter BoydMake Users Happy: Increase Your Website Load Time

Correct Your Website Load Time Increasing the load time of your website is one the easiest (and fastest) updates you can make and it will render immediate results. Faster load times mean decreased bounce rates and higher user engagement. We…

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JillianAwesome Chrome Apps Test Responsive Designs

It continues to be increasingly difficult to check responsive designs on the many screen sizes and resolutions that exist (and it’s not getting any easier). At PaperStreet, we created an entire department to help the elements and functionality of web…

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