We are dealing with a systemic crisis—critical government information is being hacked and falling into the hands of "evil doers," and there appears to be no end in sight.
Hardly a week goes by when we don't hear of some attack. Lately we've been hearing a lot about identity theft of Personal Identifiable Information (PII) which can harm individuals, as well as our national security. While that is certainly cause for concern, the threat can go far beyond intelligence leaks, industrial espionage, or personal financial impact. Imagine a world where hackers take control of airplanes and automobiles, alter medication dosages, interfere with the ability of first responders, take control of our C3 systems, or shut down our electrical grid. Read More
Recently, I led a project team tasked with making a client’s website a more effective communications tool. During our audit, we documented numerous content, navigation and design errors that significantly impaired the website’s functions.
Our findings weren’t all that uncommon.
These days, it seems that everyone has one or more websites, for personal and professional purposes. For many consumers, an organization website is the first―if not only―place to gather information. With that in mind, it is extremely important to nail that first impression of your brand the website gives and ensure that it enhances visitors’ experience. Read More