Good user experience (UX) is critical, but how much can a poor e-commerce user experience cost you sales? According to research, well-designed sites can see more than 200% higher visit-to-order conversion rates than poorly designed ones.
A Written Information Security Program (WISP) is documentation that describes the security controls, processes, and policies of an organization. In addition, a WISP is a roadmap for an organization's IT security that is required by law in several states.
A Written Information Security Program is intended to provide your organization with solid security procedures that not only reduce the likelihood of a breach but also limit your liability if one occurs.
You've decided to revamp your company's website, become cloud-based, or depend more heavily on data analytics, but where do you begin? What kinds of digital transformation obstacles should you anticipate?
Almost every company, regardless of size, has challenges during the digital transformation process. Here's how to deal with them.
The last thing the web content management space needs is another acronym, but DXP is one that goes beyond just a trendy buzzword. DXP stands for Digital Experience Platform, and it is now considered a permanent part of the web content management landscape.
This article looks at exactly what DXP is and how it compares with traditional Content Management Systems and how Digital Experience Platforms are transforming customer experiences.
We have covered the difference between UI and UX, so now let’s take a look at why good design is so important. The user experience (UX) refers to the quality of experience a user has interacting with your website or application. All aspects of this interaction contribute to the UX. It is the good or bad feeling a person gets after using your company’s site or service.
Accessibility features are designed to help those with disabilities use technology more easily. For example, a text-to-speech feature could read text out loud for people with impaired vision, while a speech-recognition feature lets users with limited mobility control their computer with their voice.
When a website is designed with accessibility principles in mind and built to work properly with assistive technology, it is accessible to most people. So, what are website accessibility features and how can they be used to make your website more accessible?
When the internet was created, one of its core principles was to establish equal opportunities for everyone, including persons with disabilities. One in seven people has some type of disability, which may limit their ability to interact with websites. Having an accessible website is no longer optional, it is a must-have.
Why Accessible Design Matters
When looking at your website, imagine what would happen if you:
What Are the Four Major Categories of Accessibility?
The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) are a vital tool for businesses and organizations striving to make their digital content accessible to all people. The WCAG is a step-by-step set of technical requirements that cover how to make your website, app or other digital assets accessible to people with a variety of disabilities.
To say we think about Drupal a lot is an understatement. It is pretty much non-stop Drupal here at Provisio, but what exactly is Drupal? And is it free? Put simply, Drupal is an open source content management system (CMS), meaning it is free to use and does not require license or subscription fees. It's mostly built in the PHP programing language, and it is designed to create websites for use on a variety of web servers.