As our culture becomes more and more dependent on technology to drive our everyday interactions, and that technology is increasingly offered by a few massive tech companies, people are beginning to feel the pains of ‘messing with the big boys’.
Including “How to” content in your marketing strategy can help attract your potential audience and fill out content at different stages of your sales funnel.
In the light of increased racial sensitivity, leading software companies such as Red Hat are reconsidering the inclusion of controversial jargon, such as “master/slave” and “whitelist/blacklist” in software systems, while others have already done so for years.
The Last of Us Part II is getting press as the most accessible video game ever. Naughty Dog's (the developers) takeaways from the process of making an accessible video game are also relevant to website accessibility.
Google recently announced the upcoming incorporation of a set of Core Web Vitals into a future ranking signal, Page Experience. The Page Experience signal is expected to be incorporated into the Google ranking algorithm next year, but forward-thinking web developers and site owners are encouraged to begin improving their Core Web Vitals now.
In capitalistic America, several large organizations are teaming up against Facebook to hit them where it hurts - their pockets, which accrue around $70 billion annually from selling advertisement spots on their platform. These brands are among a percentage of the American public that believes the social media giant has allowed racist and hateful rhetoric to go unchecked on their platform for too long, and have committed to suspending their ad campaign purchases for the month of July until Facebook addresses the issue head-on.