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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Social Media: 5 Tips & Best Practices

The average adult checks their phone every ten minutes and spends more than two hours on popular social media sites per day. So, it is hard to believe that a little over a decade ago, people didn’t know about social networking services. Beyond the amazing ability to connect with long lost friends and family, social…

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Staying Human on Valentine’s Day | Unplug & Reconnect

  Valentine’s Day has been celebrated for centuries as a day to show love and affection for those special someones in our lives. Even as school children, many of us have fond memories exchanging valentines with our class and it being a day of feeling loved and appreciated.

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It’s Back-to-School Time!

As the school year begins, we would like to wish the faculty and staff a good school year. It has been a pleasure working with you and we are looking forward to working with you throughout the school year and for the years to come.  

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How Twitter Updates Could Help Your Social Media Presence

Twitter is known for its short, to-the-point approach to posts. Since its inception, the company has allotted 140-characters per tweet. This included photos and video links, which were automatically shortened to take up only 23-characters. This punchy, stream-of-consciousness style has helped to set Twitter apart from competing social media sites. It was recently announced that…

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How to Make An Animated Gif

The internet is a vast, ever-expanding web of articles and videos, memes and photos. It seems like there is always something new being shared. Some of the most recognizable posts are short, soundless, animated images called a GIF. GIFs (pronounced either with a soft “g” that sounds like Jif peanut butter or, more commonly, with…

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