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Improved UX, The Gift That Keeps On Giving

User experience (UX) is all about making websites easier and more intuitive to use; better UX means you’re more likely to visit a site and enjoy your time when you’re there. To that end, Adaptistration is offering up an early present to readers in the form of some enhanced UX based on what metrics tell […]

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Keeping An Eye On The Barbarians At The Gate

We talk a lot about password security here and why it is important to use strong passwords and how to update and manage them, but sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words. To that end, check out this log report designed to record attempted login hack attempts: This report includes more than 3000 records detailing […]

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Net Neutrality Heats Up

Remember when we discussed how the recent elections will impact the arts? If you aren’t the patient sort then today’s you’re lucky day as politicians are drawing ideological lines in the sand over Net Neutrality. If you’re just turning into this and need to know why Net Neutrality matters for arts orgs (spoiler: it does […]

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Some Amazing Design Tools To Improve Accessibility

Toward the top of any good arts marketer’s tech resource list is SmashingMagazine.com, which published a fantastic article yesterday by design consultant Cathy O’Connor about design accessibility for online content. In short, there are some astounding tools available that help you simulate what users with one or more visual impairments experience when visiting your online […]

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