The User Experience Blog for Website Architecture Planning

The User Experience Blog for Website Architecture Planning

What’s new with DYNO Mapper ® v5.0 August 15, 2021 by Garenne Bigby

What’s new with DYNO Mapper ® v5.0

We are so excited and proud to announce the release of DYNO Mapper® v5.0.

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SharePoint Site Mapping Tool May 6, 2021 by Garenne Bigby

SharePoint Site Mapping Tool

A common question that we get here at Dyno Mapper is, "How do you create a sitemap for a SharePoint site?" Dyno Mapper's crawler and site mapping tool can create site maps for most SharePoint websites and private SharePoint sites with a login URL published that can be accessed from any browser. 


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How to Develop Organizational Policies on Web Accessibility

For anyone creating and managing their own website, it is important to have a clear, organized planning policy for all content. This will ensure that visitors to the site can accurately access desired content and that your content will display and function as desired. This article will explore some of the most common challenges with web accessibility and offer advice on how to develop some of the best organizational policies on web accessibility.

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What’s new with DYNO Mapper ® v4.0 October 24, 2019 by Garenne Bigby

What’s new with DYNO Mapper ® v4.0

We have been rolling out v4.0 features over the last few weeks, and here is a summary of what's now live for users.

**Please note that we have a scheduled price increase for all plans starting in 2020. Upgrade to annual before the new year to secure your pricing for an additional year and get two months free by going annual - more info coming soon.

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How to Involve Users in Web Accessibility Testing October 22, 2019 by Garenne Bigby

How to Involve Users in Web Accessibility Testing

Before any project is started, users need to be involved from the very early stages. It provides the developer with quick feedback, so issues can be resolved efficiently. The accessibility-related issues include things like how seniors and people with disabilities have had to adapt to using the web through strategies and assistive technologies. We often don’t think about how some people might not exactly conform to society’s normal way of doing things.

 It should be a goal to be able to make the project more accessible to everyone. When users are involved early, this can help the process go much quicker and much smoother. A web Accessibility strategy also leads to improving the project in more ways than one. Having multiple people working on a project from the get-go will model a team. Collectively, everyone can brainstorm, see things from multiple angles, and overall make the project more successful. 

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