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.
We finally got round to updating our brand and website after five years! How exciting! Let’s talk about the hows and whys of the new Splitpixel – and how to relaunch a digital brand yourself.
By integrating tools into your website you get to control the relationship between third-party software and your website, customising the tool to suit not just your needs, but your users’ too.
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.
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.
Frequently spotlighting and exploring society’s most important issues, organisations in the arts and culture sector are often epicentres of progressive change. They help entertain, educate, empower, and enlighten people from all walks of life – this is why we think they’re so important.
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.
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.
Making your digital marketing content and platforms accessible to all should be a top priority for your business. You might not realise that your inaccessible content is alienating an entire demographic and the solutions to this problem are actually pretty straightforward.
Our new content creator, Ell, talks about things to look for in your competitors’ websites when planning for a new site for your company.
Our content-slash-project manager Ren talks through what you need to bring to the table, what to expect from your agency, and how to get the website you want.
A Christmassy question session with our ever-festive designers, Rob Marshall and Amy Waldren.