What Does ADA Compliance Mean in the Digital Age?

  When we think of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which was passed in 1990, we tend to think of it in terms of handicapped parking, braille on elevator buttons, or wheelchair ramps. But with the advent of technology, websites have become a key method of sales and communication that also need to be…

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Key Differences Between a Responsive Website and Having Your Own Mobile App

An increasing amount of internet use has migrated from computers to mobile devices ever since smartphones hit the market big time a little over a decade ago. That’s one of the reasons that search giant Google started penalizing websites in their rankings that weren’t responsive, designed to look good on mobile as well as desktop…

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CADDIS: Display and Marketing Material Showcase

Here at Twin State Technical Service, we have been growing our graphic design and video production capabilities. If you are interested in personalized, creative work to help your business reach and connect with customers, then take a look at the work we recently created for the CADDIS convention display. Pop Up Design We work with…

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Making a Website ADA Compliant

Making your website ADA compliant is one of the most important aspects of creating a workable, user-friendly website. You’ve probably heard about some aspect of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and generally understand why it’s important to be ADA compliant. Being ADA compliant means your business follows the guidelines of employment and accommodations for…

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2016 Tools of Our Trade – Web Developers

The web is full of shiny new toys to play with. This can make it a bit overwhelming at times. A survey by Ashley Nolan—a Senior UI Engineer working at JUST EAT—regarding what tools web developers are currently using got me thinking about what we use at Twin State for front-end development. As a designer creating websites…

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