Building an Accessible Software Product: The Accessibility Audit

The first step to building an accessible software product is to find existing issues so we know what needs to be addressed. In this post, we’ll discuss the automated tools and manual testing techniques that you can use to do your own accessibility audits.

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Written By Rachel Opperman
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Building Applications that Last

At Zaengle we have built a number of web-based software applications over the past 12 years. Some have been transient, only serving a specific purpose for a window of time, while others have persisted for years on end. We've learned a number of key lessons while building and maintaining these long-term applications and we wanted to share them with you.

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Written By Jesse Schutt
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Designing for the Objective

A deep dive on how to design for the objective and understand user intent in educational user experience design.

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Garbanzo After One Year

Garbanzo is a great example of Zaengle’s unique ability to combine several critical components of a successful education technology product: business strategy, user experience design, and software engineering.

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Help! My Project is Failing

Why do so many software development projects go off the rails? Phil shares what he's learned after a decade of dev experience.

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Written By Philip Zaengle
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