The basic concept of a taxonomy is borrowed from the sciences: naming, describing, and classifying items. When it comes to the digital...read the article
The ability to predict web and mobile design trends is key to the success of many projects. At PRI, we’re thankful to have a team of top-tier design experts who help us stay ahead of the curve — and we’re happy to share some of their expertise with you. Here are our predictions for the top five design trends we expect to see emerge in the next year.
In the latest State of Remote Work report released annually by social media management company Buffer, researchers polled nearly 2,500 remote professionals about the benefits and struggles of telecommuting. Ninety-nine percent of respondents said they would like to work remotely, at least some of the time, for the rest of their career.
New year, new goals, same team! Setting professional and personal new year’s resolutions can be daunting and maybe even a little embarrassing. Don’t worry, you can find a little courage and inspiration in the PRI team’s list of resolutions. (We promise to stick to ours if you stick to yours!) We’re in this together.
We’re back with another installment of our employee spotlight series. Today we’re talking with Content Strategist Dany Petraska. Dany has been with PRI for nearly two decades and adds her sense of style and wit to every project that comes across her desk. Let’s learn a bit about the brains behind the content.
Why is user accessibility important?
Maybe you’ve heard of the recent lawsuit against Domino’s Pizza, which didn’t make its site accessible through a screen reader — and to be fair, Domino’s isn’t the only one. Traditionally, accessibility has been more of an afterthought or a “nice-to-have” element in many organizations’ design plans. Hopefully moving forward, we’ll see a greater trend in planning and incorporating Web Content Accessibility Guidelines as a basic part of the design process.