Do you want to create posters, brochures and other materials that are accessible to as many people as possible? Get tips on the best and most accessible design choices- from choosing colours and fonts, to ensuring documents are accessible to assistive technology users. Participants will learn what is required to create accessible materials that work for a wider range of users.
- Visual considerations: Font type, size, spacing, colour, contrast
- Accessible document settings: Semantic meaning of content, document structure, language settings and more.
- Workflow tips: How to effectively integrate accessibility into the document creation cycle.
- Examples of accessible and inaccessible design choices.
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“Easy to follow the topics and great samples.”
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“Accessibility test for character ambiguity is very useful, thanks!”
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“Real life brochure example, pointing out what’s good/not good, was very useful.”
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