Remodeling Four Kitchens: A look inside our new brand
With the additions of Advomatic and Manatí, we’ve had an exciting few years at Four Kitchens. While we’ve remained fundamentally the same organization, we’ve also been evolving into something new. It’s time for our brand to catch up.Learn more
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Ithaca College Website nominated for Webby Awards
As a Webby Nominee, our work has been singled out as one of the five best in the world in its category (and among the top 10% of all work entered) and is competing for the Internet's two most coveted awards: The Webby Award and The Webby People's Voice Award.
Dominos Pizza and legal requirements for web accessibility
A recent court decision against Dominos Pizza marked another big legal win for web accessibility, claiming once again that the Americans with Disabilities Act can be applied to websites and apps. Gone are the days where accessibility can be treated as an optional feature!
Launch announcement! SDSU extension
SDSU Extension wanted to improve content creation and editing workflow on their website and provide a better navigation experience for users. They wanted to assure that content was presented in a consistent manner and that all information was the most up to date.
Automated accessibility testing in Emulsify
At Four Kitchens, we take accessibility very seriously. It is why we choose tools like Drupal that take it seriously as well. We are always looking for ways to improve our efforts on this front, which is why on a recent project for SDSU Extension, we implemented automated testing in our prototyping tool and Drupal 8 theme, Emulsify.
The design journey of SDSU Extension
Our collaboration with South Dakota State University's (SDSU) outreach arm, SDSU Extension, began by defining the user experience and branding issues that the previous site had. The visual design was in need of an update, the team wanted to make information easier for people to find, and mobile users were forced to view the desktop version of the site.
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