"People are not disabled, it is bad design around them that is disabling." - Unknown
Lea is an SEO at Aimclear®, a leading digital marketing agency and 27x U.S. Search Award Winner dominant in B2C & B2B search, social-psychographic display targeting, organic social media, customer acquisition, & classic creative values.
Search, ranking, and web accessibility are essentially baked into Lea Scudamore’s DNA. As the SEO Lead at Aimclear, Lea applies industry-leading knowledge and skills to drive extraordinary results for the clients she supports earning 3x US Search Awards for SEO.
Intensive focus on search engine optimization (SEO), user experience (UX), web accessibility, and organic content strategies have placed Lea among the most sought-after experts on the international marketing conference circuit and has judged for the Search Awards in the MENA, EU and UK Agency Awards. Lea continually challenges SEOs to reimagine SEO holistically as an essential profit center for businesses.
Lea’s primary responsibilities at Aimclear include forming deep strategies for accounts, technical website optimization, reporting, and troubleshooting. Additionally, Lea is leading the charge in web accessibility, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), and ADA website compliance for Aimclear’s clients.
Her work has been a cornerstone of multiple national and global award-winning case studies. With more than two decades of hands-on management experience in SEO, web design, and content development Lea client credits span a range of business types from startups to iconic global brands. Her portfolio includes brands such as Dell Enterprise Software/Quest Software, Airbnb, Halvor Lines, AK Materials Handling, and numerous others.
Lea is also strongly invested in Minnesota and the Duluth area community, she is an energetic and resourceful member of multiple boards.
Issuing authority W3C
Issued Feb 2020
Credential ID cb9cdb0963cf4547ac618e2f3c856f8d
Brands need to get serious about Accessibility for Everyone. Accessibility relates to user experience, usability, and user-centered design. It focuses on people with various abilities but greatly benefits people without disabilities. Web Accessibility bridges issues beyond physical disability such as geographic location, socioeconomic status, education, language, age, gender, and more. Let's talk about WCAG, the laws at play, audience size, disposable income, and 5 Steps to WCAG Compliance and Better UX. Not doing the right thing and making your assets accessible puts you at risk for large fines and even larger embarrassment.
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