Software as a Service

Semantic Markup

Semantic stands for ‘meaning’. Semantic markup means giving a website meaning. This is done through background architecture of the website. Examples of semantic markup include: Header, Footer, Aside, etc.


The 508 Accessibility of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 was enforced to make information through technology more available and accessible to those with disabilities and to encourage information technology uses in the general public.

Search Engine Optimization

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is when a website is optimized to be on the top of a search engine list. This is done through marketing and special markups to gain more consumers to the site and increase visibility in a search engines. Popular search engines include Google, Yahoo, and Bing.

Why Bother?

These 3 practices together can make a website as accessible and as user friendly as possible.