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Kendall Smith Recent Posts

How Can I Find Section 508 Issues on My Website?

We share some tips on how to test your website for Section 508 issues and ensure that it is accessible to every user.

What Is Section 508 and Why Do I Need to Be Compliant?

We look at how Section 508 sets standards for websites to ensure everyone can use them, even if they have physical disabilities.

Content Best Practices: Tips to Achieve a More Successful Page

Content managers have a great deal of power over a website. We share some tips for how to format content to provide the best experience for every user.

How to Create Section 508 Compliant Content in Episerver

We share some valuable tips for how to make sure the content you create in Episerver meets Section 508 standards.

Thinking About the Content Author During QA

Learn why Quality Assurance (QA) should be about not just finding errors on a website, but ensuring that content authors can get the most out of it.

What I’ve Learned from Performing Cross-Browser Testing

Testing a website across multiple browsers is an important part of the Quality Control process. Here are some helpful tips for cross-browser testing.

In Website Redesign Projects, Don’t Forget the Final Step: Training

Learn why training is an essential part of a website redesign project, ensuring that users know how to get the most out of their new website.

Using Content Permissions and Workflows in a CMS-driven Website

Learn how a CMS provides robust capabilities for handling user permissions and workflow approval processes.

Why Cross-Browser Testing is an Important Part of QC

During the Quality Control phase of a web design and development project, cross-browser testing is vital. Find out why and how to implement this test.

8 Tips for Testing Your Website

Quality Assurance strategy and implementation is an important part of your project plan and can be the difference between a successful launch and one that is embarrassing to your organization.