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Category: Accessibility

Improving your brand’s accessibility 

Accessibility is at the heart of everything we do. As one of our core values, we make it a priority when designing websites and branding.

How to write alt-tags for accessibility and SEO

As Splitpixel’s newest recruit and official office ‘Alt Tag Girl’ it only seems appropriate that I get to tell you all about alt tags; what they are, what they do, and how to use them.

How to Support Your Muslim Co-Workers Observing Ramadan

To ensure your Muslim colleagues feel comfortable and respected in the workplace, it is important to be aware of Ramadan and the practices involved in order to provide the support needed throughout this holy month.

Less is More: How to avoid over-designing your website

Elaborate design can often come at the expense of accessibility, something that can really hurt your website’s performance. If you want to make an impact in the digital marketplace, you need to raise your brand profile by using the most powerful tool in your digital marketing arsenal – your website.

How to support a colleague with ADHD (10 Top Tips)

So your colleague has just told you they’ve got ADHD and you’re wondering how you can best support them at work. ADHD is extremely common but also extremely misunderstood. Here we’ll break down some myths and offer some suggestions so you can help your colleague feel safe and supported in their workplace.

Reflections on the Arts Marketing Association Conference 2022

A quick look back at this year’s AMA Conference, July 14th and 15th in Birmingham. Oh, what a delightful time we had.

How to support a trans employee at a digital agency

A year ago, almost to the day of publishing this blog, I took the biggest professional risk of my career and officially came out as a trans woman. What!

How to make your web design meet AA accessibility guidelines

The web can be a place of positive discovery, browsing sites that spark curiosity, or a place to get the best bargains. It can also be an inaccessible hub of confusion and frustration, as the images and text blend together in a big blur, making you feel a little alienated. This is the user experience of many people who experience visual, hearing, learning, or cognitive disabilities.

How we approach accessible web development for disabled people’s organisations

The COVID pandemic put more pressure than ever before on businesses to stay ahead of the digital curve and ensure that their content is accessible to all.

Raising the curtain on what makes a great theatre website

The COVID-19 pandemic has not only shown how reliant we are on digital tools, but that these digital tools have become the primary way people engage with information and connect with others.

Dos and Don’ts of Social Media Marketing

With a seemingly endless stream of ever-changing advice clogging up our feeds (and brains), Splitpixel’s resident social media nerd lists their top eight dos and don’ts for social media marketing.

Pioneering women in the digital industry (and wider world)

From uplifting LGBTQ+ icons to leading pioneers in SEO and programming – for International Women’s Day, we discuss the women who’ve had a profound impact on our lives and perspectives.