When it Comes to Web Standards and Accessibility, Being Blue is a Great Thing

If you’ve noticed your social feeds are turning blue, it’s got nothing to do with the November blahs and everything about supporting blue beanie day!…Read more

Engaging Success

One way or another, it’s going to prove to be an exciting week next week as I, along with a couple of other Echidnas, head to Boston to attend the…Read more

We Have the Power -- and Responsibility -- to Ensure the Web We’ve Always Wanted is Open to All

We can create the web we want -- but, to quote Stan Lee, with great power comes great responsibility.

It’s one thing to create the web in our…Read more

Fonts, Colours Influence How Your Message is Perceived and Received

When it comes to finding the right font and colour palette for your brand the "i"s have it.

And so do the "a"s, the "t"s, and the "z"s...

It may seem like…Read more

Explode Conference: A Spark to Fuel the Fires of Creativity and Innovation

Next week, Fanshawe College's Centre for Digital and Performing Arts will be hosting the two-day Explode Code event.…Read more

Investing Locally, Internationally to Be the Best

Today we were named by Washington-based B2B research and review firm…Read more

Quality Content - Learning the Universal Language

When building sites or designing content, some people get too caught up in ensuring everyone is "represented" on a page -- breaking it down into various subgroups and…Read more

Visual Storytelling II - Tips from Our Pros

"I may not know much about art, but I know what I like."

It's a quote that's widely -- and wildly -- attributed. Anyone from Mark Twain to W.C. Fields is alleged…Read more

Key Non-Visual Signs for Visually Impaired Online Navigators

Following Jay's post, I've been thinking a lot about what "sign posts" I…Read more

An Introduction to Sarah, Echidna's Accessibility Consultant

My colleague Jay Menard has written several great posts on…Read more

How to Choose the Right Font for Your Project

So, you need to pick a font. Surprisingly enough, this can be a difficult thing to do. The wrong font can turn the most serious of headlines into a farce. You want your…Read more