Zenyth Blog

Discover the Path to Digital Inclusion: Illuminating Accessibility Trends, Legal Insights, WCAG Standards, and Business Advancements. Dive into our Zenyth Blog, where we're committed to shedding light on the ever-evolving landscape of accessibility. Stay informed about the latest developments in accessible design, explore the implications of accessibility laws and crucial legal discoveries, and gain insights into how WCAG standards and business strategies intersect.

Implementing Accessibility Best Practices to UI/UX Design and Development Projects

Who doesn’t like a beautiful, modern, and sleek design? Many companies partner with design agencies because of their extensive expertise and ...
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The Power of Artificial Intelligence: A New Era for Web Accessibility

With the advent of AI, new technologies have the potential to transform the experience and expectations of users across the full spectrum of ...
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Navigating the Journey: Overcoming Accessibility Challenges in Organizations

Many companies face challenges making significant progress towards improving accessibility and creating inclusive experiences. Governance plays an...
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State of Accessibility Lawsuits in E-Commerce Platforms

This article will talk about some accessibility lawsuits that have affected e-commerce platforms, its impact, and what we can learn about...
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Unlocking Shopify Accessibility to Boost Sales & Avoid Lawsuits

Welcome to the digital era where inclusivity isn't just a buzzword—it's your ticket to unlocking untapped market potential and safeguard.
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Content Additions Tutorial

At Zenyth, we believe in creating a digital world that is accessible to all. Some of the key components of this mission...
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Making eCommerce Work for Everyone with Zenyth & Webflow

Imagine stepping into the world of eCommerce, where every click, every page, and every product is within easy reach. But what if, for some, these seem
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Images of Text and Modern CSS

In this article I talk about the (in my opinion) underexplored criterion of Images of Text and how it affects web accessibility
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Design vs. accessibility and the CSS visually-hidden class

We look using the CSS visually-hidden utility class to make elements available to users of assistive technologies without impacting design.
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