Generally, it’s the same reason any site with a great product doesn’t convert: the organization spends too much time and effort on the pages and sections that matter to the organization, and too little on the interactions that matter to the member. (“Member” is NGOese for customer.)
…step towards achieving compliance was to ensure that the content of each page was in logical order. With that in mind, I made the decision to decouple the sizing of headings from the elements. This means that h1, h2, etc, have no sizing associated with them. Instead, the typographic scale is scoped to classes such as .c-headline-alpha. This ensures that headings are used for semantic, hierarchical purposes and not to achieve a specific font size. Using the correct HTML elements alone addressed a large portion of our accessibility needs.
…ry, fear of new ideas and new people, and a fundamental belief that America is weak and in decline. We have listened to Donald Trump over the past year and we have concluded: Trump would be a disaster for innovation. His vision stands against the open exchange of ideas, free movement of people, and productive engagement with the outside world that is critical to our economy — and that provide the foundation for innovation and growth.
…he doesn’t deliver on time or doesn’t provide what is expected, the whole team suffers. That is why 73% of companies are looking for dependable remote workers. If a person says a task will be ready at 11:00 and it’s not, you are likely to face the snowball effect and in the end you may lose a project or thousands of dollars. A team member who is not reliable can do more damage than an external factor.