Every piece of content we publish is supported by a number of smaller pieces. This section lays out our style in regards to these web elements, and explains our approach to the tricky art of SEO.
Proper text formatting not only helps improve readability, but is also crucial to meeting basic accessibility concerns.
Headings and Subheadings
Headings and subheadings organize pages and guide readers.
Use lists to present steps, groups, or sets of information.
Use links to point users to relevant content and trusted external resources.
Use buttons to emphasize a link that may be more important/need more emphasis than a standard link.
Images are a valuable way to welcome people and pull them into a websites content.
Using tables to display content is not a well supported option. It is best to break this information down into formatted content or PDF/Word documents.
The Feature Area of your website can be used to showcase an image and accompanying headline, text, and buttons. It is the first thing people see when they come to your home page, and is a great way to reach a wide audience.