Digital Inclusion Articles

What Is The WCAG & How Does It Apply To You?

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) consist of a collection of accessibility protocols that must be followed to ensure the internet is open to everyone.

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Lily Zheng: Transforming Company Culture the Right Way

DEI consultant, public speaker, and author Lily Zheng advises companies on new policies and protocols to achieve a more inclusive environment.

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Alt Text - A Virtual Masterpiece

Alt text makes it possible for people who are blind or visually impaired to experience web-based images. If a user cannot understand and interact with a website’s visuals, they are denied the same experience as others.

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SEO and Web Accessibility: What You Need to Know

Beyond the obvious ethical reasons, there are solid digital marketing reasons why accessibility should be a top priority. Following accessibility guidelines can have a positive impact on search engine optimization and your organic search channel.