Becoming Accessible With Captions and Transcripts

Captioning and providing transcripts for multimedia content is a common way to serve deaf and hard-of-hearing web users. But not only do we need to keep our text and image content accessible; we also need to keep in mind our video and audio content as well.

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Rewriting Our Accessibility Statement

Learn about our updates to the GeorgiaGov platform's accessibility statement.

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Understanding Users With Disabilities

A variety of disabilities exist requiring the need for more than one solution to meet their accessibility needs.

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The Benefits of Continuous Learning

Conferences are great. They help you grow personally, professionally, and intellectually.

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2015: Year of the Tablet

You hear it all the time from experts: “mobile is big,” “mobile is important,” and “mobile is here to stay." Well guess what? They’re still right.

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The Effect of Broken Links

Get some quick tips on how to keep your website happy and healthy.

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The Benefits of Blogging

Yes. It's worth it. Even for government.

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Don’t “Click Here”

But really. Don't do it.

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5 Tips for Better Usability

Having a useful website can sound like a daunting task. Start here with these 5 tips.

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A Developer's World: DrupalCamp Atlanta 2013

Our very own in-house developer, Jenna Tollerson, spent her Saturday doing what every awesome Drupal developer loves to do: She attended DrupalCamp Atlanta.

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