If you’re looking to make the PDFs on your website more accessible, there are some steps you can take to make that happen. Please note, this method is using Adobe Acrobat DC.
Congratulations to Focus Credit Union on the launch of their new website! The website has a modern striped design featuring large banners for promotions, featured products and a modern navigation with an Online Banking login drop-down. The site looks great on phones, tablets, laptops and desktop computers. FocusCU is excited to provide an updated website to its members for better usability offering a greater experience.
Take a look at the new Focus Credit Union website: https://www.focus-cu.com/
SEO is evolving constantly and so should your efforts to stay on top of the latest trends. Google makes over 3,000 algorithm changes per year… that is A LOT of changes. If you aren’t keeping up with these changes, you aren’t going to keep up with your competitors.
Congratulations to AdventHealth Credit Union on their new website launch! Their site has a very clean and professional feel, with a number of handy features for it’s members. They’ve added a mega menu to organize all of their products and services, as well as a modern login widget for online banking. The landing page features themed banners for branding which really makes this design stand out. The site was built to allow members and potential members to quickly find what they need in a clean and responsive manner, built for easy-use on all devices.
Take a look at their new site: https://adventhealthcreditunion.org
Congratulations to the AdventHealth team on a great new website!
I can’t say that I enjoy endlessly scrolling to find content on a website or the annoying auto playing audio when you open up a webpage, however Sen. Josh Hawley might disklike it more then most. On July 30th, 2019 Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) introduced a bill to ban infinite-scrolling and auto playing videos.
Allen Hsu with UX Collective, has put together a funny little info-graphic to help us decide which type of extension we should use when putting images on a website. While this particular info-graphic is meant to be humorous, it actually provides a good source of information for what extensions are best in various circumstances.