Web Development

The Last Days of Flash

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A few years ago, Adobe announced it would stop supporting, updating, and distributing Flash Player by the end of 2020. Google Chrome and other popular browsers are set to stop supporting Flash this year, as well. And although Flash integration has decreased, there are still an estimated 100 million websites using this soon-to-be-extinct technology.

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The Importance of ADA Website Compliance

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The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was enacted in 1990 to prohibit discrimination against people with mental and/or physical disabilities.

The ADA was initially signed into law to address and enforce three main issues nationwide:

  • Equal employment opportunity standards
  • Equal access to state and local government services (i.e. public transportation and public housing)
  • Equal access to public accommodations and commercial facilities (i.e. grocery stores, hotels, etc.)

The Standards for Accessible Design were added to the ADA in 2010, and over the past decade the regulations laid out within this addendum have been legally interpreted to encompass website accessibility.

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Moriches Field Brewery Visits the EB Office

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Since opening our new office in Patchogue many of our clients have stopped in just to say hello or to meet with us to discuss their future marketing plans. Yesterday we had a visit from Rich Flynn, the owner of Moriches Field Brewing Company. We recently launched his new website and he came in to spend some time learning some best practices.

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Four Important Things to Do Before You Design a New Website

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Designing a new web site for your small business is a creative and subjective process. No matter what ultimate vision you have for your brand, there are four things you can do before the actual construction starts that will not only save you time and money, but also ensure that the entire process flows smoothly from beginning to end.

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