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Consistent Content & Style

Visitors to our sites expect similarties among the different pages regardless of author or department. Our visitors will learn how to navigate and find information on one page and apply that knowledge to other pages. They expect a similar voice and tone, as well as similar functionality. 

Providing a consistent experience among different pages and sites is a key concept in Usability. Leveraging knowledge learned on other pages, called Learnability, is another key concept in web page design.

Abbreviations
Browsers and Screen Resolution
Cascading Style Sheets
Color
Dates and Time
Email Addresses
File and Folder Naming Conventions
Forms
Graphics, File Size and Linking to Images

Graphs and Charts
Links to External Sites
Opening New Windows
Page Titles and Heading Tags
Phone Numbers
Redactions
Spell Checking
Testing Web Pages
Video

Contact Information

Web Services Team
Information Systems Department
County of Sonoma
Address
Webmaster
2615 Paulin Drive
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
38.466385, -122.722706

Accessibility Resources

Web Accessibility
Introduction to Web Accessibility

Converting
Converting Documents to PDF's

Word
Creating Accessible Word Documents

PowerPoint
PowerPoint Accessibility

Regulatory Compliance Resources

 

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