Colorado’s New Accessibility Compliance Law

The state of Colorado is leading the way in website accessibility. Colorado is taking the right to equal access to web content seriously by making it easier to prosecute agencies that don’t provide equal access to the information or services obtained on the internet. The New House Bill The Governor of Colorado signed House Bill

Categories: Blog

How to Make PDFs ADA Compliant

Your website is accessible and ADA compliant, but what about your PDFs? If you have any PDFs on your website they may not be fully accessible. If you are striving to make your website inclusive to people with all different kinds of abilities, you will want to ensure the PDFs are also accessible. Some of

Categories: Blog

Does my Website Need to be ADA Compliant?

Does my Website Need to be ADA Compliant? The legalities of your website needing to be ADA compliant are a little bit murky, but there are definitely advantages to being ADA compliant. First, we need to start with what ADA compliant means. ADA stands for the Americans with Disabilities Act. It was created so that

Categories: Blog
How to empty my browser’s website cache

How to Empty the Cache on Your Website Browser

The cache on your website browser is a little picture or memory of all of each website you have visited. Your browser uses this memory to load content faster. However, when your browser is using the cache, you may be missing updated information. The cache also takes up resources. Deleting your cache occasionally will help

Categories: Blog, Client Resources

Meet Kristylee Gogolen | CEO, Tandem Design Lab

Our founder, Kristylee, was featured in Denver based magazine, Shoutout Colorado (Shoutoutcolorado.com) We had the good fortune of connecting with Kristylee Gogolen and we’ve shared our conversation below. Hi Kristylee, is there something that you feel is most responsible for your success? Here at Tandem, we operate under the concept that “a rising tide raises

Categories: Blog, Events

5 Tips to Keep Your Website Secure

Website Security. If you haven’t thought of this, you need to. For most websites, it isn’t a matter of IF you get hacked, but WHEN you get hacked. Most websites will degrade and eventually be susceptible to hacking. We’ve compiled a list of things you can do to keep your website secure and spam-free. 1.

Tips for Working from Home

Tips for Successfully Working from Home

Working from home can be rewarding. You avoid traffic and save commuting time, and can have lunch with your family. Your day pajamas can be considered “business casual”. But it also comes with its own set of challenges. Many of these challenges can be surmounted, with a few solid habits. Here’s a few tips and

Small business pivot corona virus

Businesses that Pivot

Practical ways to support and grow your business throughout this period of social distancing.  I’d like to talk about some practical ways you can support and grow your business throughout this period of social distancing and business closures. We all know that this has been devastating for many business owners, and you’ll be hard pressed