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Government website accessibility

Government web accessibility

Posted on September 21, 2018

It is becoming more critical that governments understand and execute on website accessibility standards. Web accessibility, particularly for non-technical government leaders, can be overwhelming, both with the amount of information available, as well as the many technology nuances related achieving conformance. Here is comprehensive but condensed information on web accessibility -- terms, guidelines, tips, tools,...
ProudCity Accessibility Checker

ProudCity Accessibility Checker

Posted on September 20, 2018

The ProudCity Accessibility Checker helps governments using the ProudCity Platform understand and stay abreast of pertinent accessibility issues and continue to maintain AA conformance. PAC lets government website managers run accessibility reports, view errors/warnings, and resolve these issues immediately. Features PAC features include: Dashboard to manage page(s) accessibility status Page pass, error, warning reports Viewable/exportable...
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Fonts and government websites

Posted on September 7, 2018

When choosing fonts and typography for your government website, it’s important to account for aesthetics and accessibility. Terms There are three key terms you should know to better understand the font landscape: Fonts: Typeface style used to display text, numbers, characters, glyphs (ex: Lato, Merriweather) Font family: Fonts categorized by certain characteristics (ex.: sans-serif, serif,...
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Welcome to ProudCity Help!

Posted on September 7, 2018

Welcome to ProudCity Help! We're here to ensure you get the ProudCity Platform and digital government support you need. ProudCity customers All ProudCity support issues are addressed through the ProudCity Dashboard. Three ways to get support: Online chat (8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Eastern Time) 24/7 ticketing Public knowledge base If you are using online...
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