Are you thinking of ways to build your business in 2024? The Government of Canada wants to help develop and enhance your use of digital technology and is giving grants to do so. Dunham can make it happen.
Looking for online sales or taking a trip to the mall at this time of year can bring some satisfaction, but to really find the joy of the season, think of giving to those who can’t give back. Here are some local charities who make it easy to help.
You probably know that all new websites need to meet accessibility guidelines. Did you know, however, that linked files such as PDFs also need to be accessible? If you want to learn how to make accessible PDFs, here is an introduction, some valuable links, and a few pointers that you can incorporate into your document making today!
Looking for some inspiration for your holiday sales campaign? We offer some helpful ideas that can bring joy to your customers.
Do you know if your website is accessible? Do you know if it needs to be? We offer this overview on accessibility, and offer some suggestions as to how, and why, your website can meet current regulations and give visitors a better user experience.
The Dunham Group is deeply committed to the building and funding of a Children’s Hospice to serve Hamilton, Halton, Niagara, Kitchener/Waterloo, Guelph, Brant and more. Keaton’s House will help support parents of children with life-limiting illness, and allow them ‘the softest of goodbyes’. Will you join us in the effort?
The latest update to the ever-popular CMS includes some anticipated performance updates. This is great news for WordPress site owners, especially since search engines like Google rank high-performing sites over lower-performing ones.
Have you been called recently by someone who says they are from Google? Chances this is a Google business listing scam, though that’s not always the case.
If you are looking for a way to ‘support local’, the Hamilton Chamber of Commerce is making it easy, and it all happens on Saturday, […]
If you have more than 20 employees in your organization, the Province of Ontario requires that you file an accessibility compliance report by June 30, 2021. The compliance report confirms that you have met your current accessibility requirements under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).