Imagine you’re a web designer, developer, digital marketer, project manager, or educator ready to learn more about web accessibility.
But you’re overwhelmed by the amount of information available: a plethora of websites, posts, and other resources has your mind spinning.
Where do you start?
Digital Accessibility Support – A Guide to Trustworthy Free Online Resources
In her February 5th webinar, Digital Accessibility Support – A Guide to Trustworthy Free Online Resources, Shawn Henry from the W3C WAI will discuss the many tools, tips, and resources on the WAI website to help you make the web accessible and usable to everyone.
No matter what role you have in a web project, this webinar will point you toward helpful resources and tools to help you:
- Implement accessibility into your project from the start
- Prepare a business case to get buy-in from management
- Write an accessibility statement
- Meet the needs of specific users
- Find the latest design and development techniques to use or share with your team
While the webinar is free, pre-registration is required.
Shawn Henry leads education and outreach promoting accessibility for people with disabilities at the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative.
She focuses her personal passion for accessibility on bringing together the needs of individuals and the goals of organizations in designing human-computer interfaces, including through Just Ask: Integrating Accessibility Throughout Design.
I spend a lot of time every week on the WAI website, but I’ll be attending the webinar to learn about any new resources I may have missed.
And I’m glad to learn they’re using Zoom, one of the most accessible video conference services I’ve used.
Will I see you online at the webinar on February 5th?