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Web Accessibility Guide for Designers (6 Key Tips)

As a website designer, you play a significant role in a website’s accessibility and inclusiveness.  Many design elements, from typography to media, can create barriers for those with disabilities. With so many items that need to be addressed, it may feel like an impossible task. Fortunately, there’s a lot of guidance available for designing a website that’s accessible to all. By giving careful attention to a few key areas, you should be able to include accessibility in your design process withou...

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IUBENDA LATEST NEWS: Brexit updates, how to optimize your website, our latest free tools, webinars + more

One of the most popular questions we’re asked is, “How do I know which laws apply to me?” (to be fair, this is a tricky one!). So, we got to work on creating a simple, quick way for you to determine: which laws apply to you; and and which tools you actually need to help you comply with those laws. Find out what you need to meet your legal requirements → Brexit and the GDPR – latest changes The GDPR, which used to be binding law in the UK until Brexit took effect on Dec. 31st, 2020, is now, for...

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6 Reasons Why Your Small Business Needs a Website Now

Expecting to lure in customers without having a digital presence is like moving to a deserted island and hoping all the neighbors pop over for a visit. If you don’t place your small business somewhere where people can easily find you — like the internet — they just aren’t going to. According to market research, a majority of respondents reported going online to find products and services from small businesses, and only 8.4% said they found new places to shop by walking into brick-and-mortar stor...