The American with Disabilities Act (ADA) was devised to prohibit disability-based discrimination. Although the ADA was enacted before the internet was invented, the Department of Justice has already determined access to websites and other electronic media to be covered by the statute. Legislation on website compliance is currently going through the amendment process and an updated amendment is expected by 2018.
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Whether you’re a non-profit organization, NGO or advocacy organization, these tips and best practices will help you increase donations, members and engage. Ready to learn more about how we can help you? Hub & Spoke is here to help as a non-profit website design firm that helps clients empower and engage online.
It’s common knowledge that the average person’s attention span is increasingly short. We all live busier, faster lives than we used to live. This is especially true here on the internet, where we’re constantly bombarded by content and moving on to the next thing—whatever it is—only takes a click.
Nonetheless, people are quite willing to stick around if what they’re watching or reading is helpful and engaging, and it provides new insights and robust knowledge. This is where quality content comes in. Continue Reading
In order to do that, it’s important to incorporate certain design elements that help you engage visitors and make it simple for them to donate, volunteer, or support your organization in some other way. Here’s a closer look at some of the most effective elements that can boost your organization’s visibility.