The Learning Lab

Website Accessibility: What is it, Why it Matters, & How to Get Started

The internet has become an integral part of our lives, serving as a platform for communication, information dissemination, and interaction. As our use and the adoption of internet services continues to grow, it becomes imperative to ensure that everyone, regardless of their abilities, can access and navigate websites seamlessly. This is where website accessibility and the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) step in to pave the way for a more inclusive online environment.

Improved Content Editing Experience in Five Minutes

There will always be a need for WYSIWYG editors; they provide content editors the ability to create large blocks of paragraph-based content with common elements like lists, links, images, blockquotes, and standard formatting like bold, italics, underlines, etc. The problem most content editors will experience is that the style displayed within the editor will only sometimes display the same to end-users.

An Introductory Look into StyleX

Earlier this month, Meta open-sourced their system for styling web applications. Named StyleX, this system powers the CSS for most of their public-facing properties, including Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, and more.

Voice-Activated Revolution: How AI Voice Activation is Redefining Web Technologies

The digital world is on the brink of a seismic shift, with AI voice activation technologies leading the charge. This article delves into the profound implications and emerging innovations in user interface design, web development, web security, and digital marketing, targeting web developers and digital marketing professionals who are poised to harness these changes.

Improve Analytics by Excluding Internal Traffic

Google Analytics can be a powerful tool to help you and your organization make informed decisions when managing, updating, and enhancing your website.

Internal traffic to your website from you and your team can distort the reports in Analytics and give you inaccurate data. To help solve this, we can implement internal traffic filters in Google Analytics to exclude this data from reporting.


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