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Perspectives on Achieving Digital Accessibility in the Healthcare Experience

Increasingly, topics like digital responsibility are entering the conversation around digital transformation.  “This responsibility has evolved from primarily focusing on data privacy to now include accessibility, diversity, and inclusion as well. Really, it’s about being more proactive, less reactive. You want to take it from being aspirational to ground truth – how do we make […]

Blend and Bend the Rules with Expressive Typography

We all want the World Wide Web (WWW) to be a more informative and engaging place, right? We want to see new design trends bringing life to the digital space every year. As designers, marketers, and creatives, we sometimes sit and wait to find out what trend we should be following for the next year, […]

A New Standard for Interacting With the Web: Beyond the Keyboard and Screen Reader

Every person using the web has different abilities when it comes to reading and interacting with online content. Naturally, they have varied needs as well. In this article, we’ll carry forward the theme we started in part one and part two of this series – the importance of a keyboard or screen reader (robust forms of technology) that make information like forms, videos, images, content, […]

The Evolution of Digital Design: Why Good Design is More Than Good Aesthetics

Digital design as we know it today is still a relatively new concept. It’s so new that only 22% of 557 organizations surveyed had the design operations to implement the design at scale in 2020, a surprisingly low number when considering the few organizations that tapped into the design for more than just the looks were able to outperform the S&P by 228% over a […]

Why You Should Include Success Measurement Metrics and Systems in UX Design

A functional, seamless user experience is critical for businesses operating in digital spaces. Applying this concept to website design plays an important role in whether the website’s visitors can accomplish what they came for. An iterative design methodology is a great framework to introduce refined designs continuously, and although those designs may look great, how […]

The Beauty of Simplicity: The Key to Accessible Web Design

In today’s hectic world, humans are increasingly drawn to simplicity. Stemming from a rising need for everyday efficiency and speed, we are in constant search for the next new technology that will make our lives easier. While this inclination toward simplicity is likely intuitive for most aspects of modern life, we often see the opposite […]

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Are There Digital Strategy Lessons Financial Institutions Can Learn From Other Industries?

The answer is yes, of course there are.  I presented on this topic, along with my colleague Scott Albahary – Chief Strategist for Financial Services here at Perficient and Jim Marous – Co-Publisher of The Financial Brand, to approximately 500 financial services industry folks. As the financial services industry continues to go through its digital […]

Complementing SAP with True Order Management Capabilities

Seamless order to fulfillment is the crux of any good experience. A brand’s reputation and longevity, as well customer loyalty and adoption, often hinges on the success of how order management (OM) is rooted in an organization. The interaction with users at their point of need is the tipping point and often dictates success or […]

Get Ahead of Headings: How to Correctly Use Headings for Accessibility

Heading Overview  For those that may not be familiar with heading levels, here is a quick run-down. Titles on your web page will have heading (<H>) tags to indicate their level of importance. Web developers use <H> tags for page titles to structure the content of the page. Not only are <H> tags used for […]

Modernizing the Health Plan Business Process

Health plan organizations must conquer mountains of data, increasing regulations, and escalating consumer expectations. The digital interactions happening beyond your industry shape customers’ expectations.  That’s why your digital presence matters, so you can offer services to meet their needs wherever they are.  Common Risks and Consequences for Health Plans Not Embracing Digital Transformation: Digital transformation in regulated […]

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What Quibi’s Flameout Teaches Us about Behavior Change

The mobile TV platform seemed to have it all. Why did it lose everything? Last week mobile TV platform Quibi announced plans to shut down operations, just seven months after a promising debut. In its brief run, Quibi burned through $1.7 billion of investor goodwill, flubbed a turn on the Super Bowl ad stage and […]

The Benefits of Utilizing a Progressive Web Application in Digital Commerce

A progressive web application (PWA) is a software application built with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to run within and depend on a standards-compliant web browser. PWAs exploit their reliance on these browsers to overcome conventional web browsers application development challenges, such as browser-compatibility and feature availability. There is a tremendous opportunity for a unified and […]

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