In today’s booming tech sector, organizations need to become language agnostic to stay relevant. A recent IEEE Spectrum article about the top programming languages for 2015 claims that organizations need to know more than one programming language. At Clickfarm, our team prides ourselves for the diverse languages that we know. If you have a technology…
Implementing An Accessible Website
We have buy-in from all parties involved that our website should be accessible and mobile-friendly. How can we make sure that the content we’re providing is accessible to everyone? What are the considerations to actually put an accessible website into practice?
The Case For Accessibility As Standard Practice
The decision to build a new website has been made. You’ve made your branding and style decisions, everyone is happy with design and layout choices. So the only thing left is to have the site built by a developer, right? Actually, there is one additional consideration, and that is how people might interact with your…
Does Your Business Or Organization Need A Mobile App?
If you ask someone in tech or marketing if you need a mobile app, the default answer is: yes! But the correct answer for your organization is bound to be more nuanced than that. The first question you have to answer, is what product or service are you offering the end user, and what requirements…
Playtime / Playspace: Necessary
In the world of digital design and marketing, it is important to step away from the daily grind to charge your creative batteries and refocus on the things that truly matter. In my case, when I am feeling the brunt of a stressful day and weather permits, I will sometimes take a leisurely stroll down…
If you accept that the desktop experience is now inherently equal or less important than mobile or tablet views and if content is prioritized correctly in the first step, the views for wider screens will fall into place fairly organically.
Mobile First vs. Responsive Design
For those of us that live and breathe in the digital domain, mobile first and responsive web design is almost a foregone conclusion. When talking with clients in the “real world” it quickly becomes apparent that while the definitions may appear self-explanatory to a techie, it can be quite confusing to the layperson.