Designing for Accessibility

Many aspects of web accessibility are implemented through code, but code isn't the only thing that matters. A website's design plays a crucial role in ensuring its accessibility. In this post, we'll discuss a few aspects of a website's design that can help ensure the site is accessible to all users.

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Written By Rachel Opperman
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Keep Meeting People: A Story About Unexpected Acquisitions

At Zaengle, we usually build things for other people. We've done it for ten years, and it's our bread and butter. Occasionally, we build things for ourselves. Doing so opens new sources of potential revenue and helps us sharpen our skills for future projects. This is a story about one of those things.

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Written By Philip Zaengle
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What to Expect When Your Agency Hires Our Agency

Subcontracting with a development agency is risky. It requires trust and more than a little risk tolerance. If you find yourself in this situation, here’s what to expect from Zaengle if your agency hires ours.

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Questions You Should Be Ready to Answer for Your Web Development Team

You'll feel better when you know what to expect going into the kickoff meeting with your web development team. They'll probably feel better about it too. When you come ready to answer their questions, they’ll have a better sense of direction for the overall project and the goals you’re aiming to meet.

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Written By Emily Kassmeier
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Consolidating Error Handling in Nuxt Apps

Wouldn't it be nice to have a standardized way of dealing with errors in Nuxt apps, regardless of their structure? In this post, we'll discuss how we previously handled Axios errors in our Nuxt apps, why this approach was problematic, and how we fixed it by creating a package for consolidated error handling.

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Written By Rachel Opperman
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