It’s exciting when your new site is ready to populate, but it can also be daunting. Being prepared in advance will make the job manageable and less stressful. Our Senior Project Manager, Becky Shaw, has devised 6 steps that will make the process easy...
As consumers, we're used to updates to our phones and websites happening undetected. But there's so much that goes on behind-the-scenes that we don't see. For this reason, it's easy for us to undervalue the web and how things are created and updated.
We don’t all see colours in the same way, and that’s what this post from Evoluted's Project Manager Becky Shaw is about. Check out how to use colour online and boost accessibility!
On 2nd September, the new Age Appropriate Code of Practice for online services came into force, with a 12 month transitionary period for organisations to put it into effect. 1 in 5 internet users in the UK is a child, so this is clearly a really important topic to address.
Public sector websites that launched before 23rd September 2018 require an accessibility statement to be included on their websites by 23rd September 2020. Any public sector websites that launched after 23rd September 2018 should have a statement in place already.
In this post, Project Manager Becky Shaw takes a dive back into the history of links, to see what we can learn from the past when writing links today!
In the busy world of digital, scheduling can be tricky. It's vital to have the necessary systems in place to ensure you're properly equipped to deal with any projects that you're managing.
Our very own Becky blogs for Evoluted about her love of books, User Experience, and how the UX Mastery Community is combining the two in a new online book club! Improving usability is a continuing mission; Becky hopes this will play a positive role.
Becky blogs for Evoluted about her experience viewing the Aftermath Dislocation Principle, a miniature post-apocalyptic landscape art installation by artist James Cauty. This raised some very interesting questions.
Becky was in Falmouth for the Agileon the Beach conference over the 1st and 2nd of September and it was a strange experience returning. So much was the same, and yet a lot had also changed.