Turning PDFs into HTML with Document OCR

March 26, 2024
Do you manage a website or multi-site system for a large enterprise? If so, you almost certainly have a PDF problem, since search engines prioritize HTML over PDF content. Government agencies, healthcare organizations, universities, and non-profits tend to have a lot of PDF content on their websites.

Accessibility Audits by Chapter Three

March 25, 2024
At Chapter Three, we do more than just build new websites and update existing ones. We also advise clients on ways they can improve their websites, and accessibility audits are one of the many services we offer. Online accessibility for people with disabilities has moved from “nice to have” to being legally mandated and non-negotiable.

Web Strategy at Chapter Three

January 31, 2024
At Chapter Three, we focus on building beautifully designed and developed websites that make our clients happy, deliver information efficiently, and are sustainable over the long-term. Because a fantastic end product starts at the beginning, we guide our clients through a collaborative, strategic assessment of vision, goals, technical features, and, of course, content. We start with a wide funnel, where broad statements then get defined, refined, and made into actionable design and development tasks.

Visual Design at Chapter Three

January 24, 2024
In the fast-paced digital landscape, visual design is critical to capturing user attention and creating successful websites. Chapter Three’s design team stands out for its innovative, hands-on, and user-centric approach to web design. We believe that the visual design process is not just about creating aesthetically pleasing graphics, but is also a careful undertaking that merges aesthetic creativity with functionality.

Everything You Need to Know About WCAG 2.2

October 12, 2023
After five years of research, deliberation, drafts, and feedback, the latest additions to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) are finally upon us! The final draft of WCAG 2.2 was formally unveiled as a World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) recommendation on October 5, 2023. WCAG 2.2 is the second amendment to WCAG 2.0, which was published nearly 15 years ago in late 2008.