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Web standards based accessible websites for non-profits: voluntary, education and public sector
It is a unique, accessible, eye catching website that will serve us for years to come. We have also had some fantastic feedback from our service users and stakeholders. Catherine Garrod, The Lothian Centre for Integrated Living (LCIL) More feedback from clients
Latest case studies
York Independent Living Scheme The job was to design an accessible, modern looking, easy to use site, to promote York Independent Living Scheme and to provide news, PA employment opportunities and Independent Living information. Read the York Independent Living Scheme case study
Get Connected and Lead. In addition to providing a way for students to manage their SQA course content and submit work, the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) for Get Connected and Lead had to be accessible and highly interactive. Read the Get Connected and Lead Case study.
Why should non-profits care about web standards and web accessibility?
Lower costs and more traffic
Pages built using web standards tend to be smaller and they tend to load quicker. This leads to the first and most obvious saving - lower bandwidth costs.
What is not so obvious, however, is that faster loading pages can also generate additional traffic and revenue. For example, when Multimap.com redesigned their site using web standards they estimated they saved 40,000 Gb of bandwidth per year - but they also found that their advertising revenues increased. The quicker loading pages encouraged people to spend more time on the site. continue reading this article about web standards.
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