In the ever-evolving business landscape, a robust infrastructure is the cornerstone of success. By investing in and strengthening your organizational backbone, you ensure seamless operations, enhanced security, and scalability. Whether upgrading technology, refining processes, or bolstering cybersecurity measures, a fortified infrastructure provides the stability needed to navigate challenges and seize opportunities. It’s not just an investment in the present; it’s a strategic move towards future-proofing your business. Strengthen your infrastructure today to build a resilient foundation for sustained success tomorrow.
In a mobile-driven era, a responsive website is non-negotiable. Elevate user experience, improve SEO, and broaden your audience reach. Quick load times and intuitive navigation ensure seamless engagement, driving conversions and customer satisfaction. Don’t miss out—optimize your site for mobile and unleash its full potential.
It is more important than ever for websites to be mobile friendly. With Google’s recent changes paying credence to mobile first websites and the reality that consumers spend much more time using mobile devices than desktop computers, it is prudent that you take time to check out your site on mobile. Need help to make your website a mobile responsive, easy to navigate experience? Contact OMA Comp to update or upgrade.
The Americans with Disabilities Act was introduced in 1990 as a civil rights law to prohibit discrimination of citizens with disabilities. The evolution of this act now extends to the internet and for a good reason; accommodating your website for people with disabilities makes it easier to access and understand. Here are a few recommendations we have for updating your website around this idea.
What Is Web Accessibility?
Similar to how a wheelchair-bound individual finds it challenging to enter a building with stairs as the only means of entrance, websites can be difficult to interpret without specific components. Web accessibility is the general readability and interpretation quality for users with audible and visual impairments to be able to understand the information of the website. Government, Business, and Non-Profit organizations are all required by the ADA to maintain strict compliance across platforms, so what does this mean for your website?
Provide a text equivalent to important images and graphics. Screen readers can convey meaning without being obtrusive to the overall web experience. Documents should be made available in formats other than PDF. Although they look great, screen readers have a hard time deciphering PDF content; when uploading these documents – pair them with a plain-text version.
Check the font style and text color for readability. Low contrast against plain color and image backgrounds makes reading challenging and is unsightly in general. For multimedia, ensure captions and audio descriptions are made available for people with hearing problems. Descriptive audio also accommodates for users with low vision.
Use Descriptive HTML tags so online forms can be accurately used. This simple behind the scenes work makes a huge difference for people with disabilities. Keep in mind this is not a comprehensive list, rather these are common items we have observed that can be easily updated.
Why Should I Update
ADA compliance should be taken seriously. Once it is mandated, your website will need to be made compliant. ADA compliance for websites is beginning for banks and other financial institutions and then will be moving to medical and other businesses. Contact OMA Comp to learn more.
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+ Setting up business listings with search engines
+ Setting up individual pages
+ Setting up webmaster tools to index website in real time with the ability to recapture optimization from your previous website (if appropriate)
+ Setting up reporting
+ Submitting map with keywords (manually and automatically)
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