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  1. We are happy to announce that the Mopinion software is now WCAG 2.1 Level AA compliant. This means that our front-end software and feedback surveys conform to the strict WCAG guidelines set in place by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) – making our software more accessible to all types of web users, especially those with disabilities.
    https://mopinion.com/mopinion-compliant-with-web-content-accessibility-guidelines-wcag/
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  2. According to comScore, seven out of every 10 hours we spend on the web are on mobile devices. All those years of wanting a big screen and now we choose to stare at a screen that’s smaller than most turtles. What the heck is that all about?

    The answers are obvious: ease of use, accessibility and portability. It’s not like it’s convenient to use our laptop computers while we’re in line at Trader Joe’s or at our kid’s softball tournament — between games, of course. The reality is that we have our phones with us all the time and they have become our No. 1 resource for accessing the web.
    http://www.rentalmanagementmag.com/Art/tabid/232/ArticleId/31403/Make-the-mobile-experience-awesome.aspx/
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