Qualified Life Events Include:
- Birth, adoption or placement for adoption
- Divorce, legal separation or annulment
- Death of a dependent
- Change in employment status for your spouse
You must make any changes to your medical, dental and/or DCFSA benefits within 30 days of your qualified life event, and your change must be consistent with your life event. If you miss this window, you will have to wait until the next Open Enrollment period to make changes.
To make a qualified life event change during the year, contact the Hess Benefits Center at Empyrean.
Buttons should always contain actions. The button language should be clear and concise. Capitalize every word, including articles. It’s OK to use an ampersand in button copy.
Standard web buttons include:
- Log In
- Sign Up
- Read More
- Email Us
- Contact Us
It’s important to maintain consistent button styles throughout an entire web application, so users will be able to identify web elements with less confusion. Place buttons where users can easily access them throughout the design process (mobile users).
Call-to-action buttons are the most significant to any web page and their design should separate their distinction from less significant buttons.
Headings and subheadings organize content for readers and should be very descriptive.
Headings (H1) give people a taste of what they’re about to read. Use them for page and blog titles.
Subheadings (H2, H3, etc.) break articles into smaller, more specific sections. They give readers avenues into your content and make it more scannable.
Headings and subheadings should be organized in a hierarchy, with heading first, followed by subheadings in order. (An H2 will nestle under H1, an H3 under H2, and on down.)
Include the most relevant keywords in your headings and subheadings, and make sure you cover the main point of the content.
Use title case, unless the heading is a punctuated sentence. If the heading is a punctuated sentence, use sentence case. Use sentence case for subheadings regardless of end punctuation.