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There is a children’s song called This Is The Song That Never Ends, and it doesn’t. You can sing it for as long as you wish to, long past the point where you even know why are still singing it. Once you start, it’s hard to stop. Amazon is like that song. In fact, it’s the Crown of the web kingdom.  Once we started using it, we couldn’t stop. Web designers, intrigued by this phenomena, tried to copy the user interface, hoping that they too could create a website to mesmerize their users. “This is the song that never ends Yes it goes on and… Continue Reading This Is The Website That Never EndsRead More →

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Matt Bailey and I go way, way back to the early days of website design and marketing and have worked together on several big client projects. We have countless funny stories to tell. When he invited me out for a series of podcast interviews, I accepted his offer. He and my husband, Eric, are good friends too. In fact, one year we took our entire family out in our motor home and camped at the Bailey’s during a July 4th holiday. My son set their house front porch on fire by accident with a firecracker. This time, we left my kids home and traveled to… Continue Reading Matt Bailey’s Usability Podcast Series with Kim Krause BergRead More →

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The following podcasts are interviews where I discuss usability, accessibility, SEO and how it is applied to websites. The podcasts are lively, informative and contain resources and tips. Dan Shure EvolvingSEO Experts on the Wire  UX, usability, accessibility – are CORE essentials of modern SEO. I’ve seen sites get crushed in the last year with these issues. That’s why I invited today’s guest – Kim Krause Berg – onto the show. She is an expert in usability, UX and accessibility. In fact, she provides these services TO SEOs. UX & ACCESSIBILITY – ESSENTIAL LESSONS FOR SEOS W/KIM KRAUSE BERG Matt Bailey Endless Coffee Cup Series… Continue Reading Kim Krause Berg Usability PodcastsRead More →

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There are many conflicts with the recent vote to pass H.R. 620 of the ADA by the House of Representatives.  The most alarming is requiring a law where one already exists. As the House pushes forward waiting for the Senate to vote and turn the bill into law, propaganda from credit unions and the banking industry, along with the uneducated press, continue to be released. The purpose of H.R.620, ADA Education and Reform Act of 2017, is to find ways to stall and prevent civil lawsuits by handicapped persons facing a barrier to entry of a business. Specifically, Title III of the Americans with Disabilities… Continue Reading H.R. 620 Will Not Prevent Drive-By Accessibility Lawsuits Because It Does Not Address Website AccessibilityRead More →