In this one-hour webinar, we will address accessibility issues and best practices for creating PowerPoint presentations. Various tools will be demonstrated in PowerPoint to create an accessible presentation, including appropriate formatting, ordered lists, recommended slide layouts, well-designed tables, hyperlinks and graphics with alternative text, along with some tips to manage content for screen reading devices.
This 2-hour webinar will take you step by step through the process and you will learn: • How to prepare simple text content for accessibility • How to prepare graphical content for accessibility • Why navigation is important in a document • What is reading order and why is it important
How can you know what colours and contrast are appropriate? How can you ensure that people with vision disabilities can read your documents? This webinar will review a variety of colour contrast checkers, including those available online and in most mainstream applications such as Microsoft, InDesign and PDFs.
You know how to apply accessible default styles in Word, but do you know how to make your own custom styles with accessible tags? In this 1-hour webinar, you will learn how to include corporate branding into a document which has “H” tags and how to move styles between documents to improve efficiency when making and sharing accessible content in Word.
This 2.5 hour training webinar is designed to review best layout practices and techniques to format content for an accessible form that has first been designed in using Adobe InDesign and then made into an accessible PDF.
Review the best layout practices and techniques to format content for an accessible form that has first been designed in Microsoft Word and made into an accessible PDF document. A very practical 2-hour training course!
Participants in this 45-minute webinar will learn how accessibility effects document creation and how to confirm a document’s compliance. By the end of this session, you will understand what you need to do differently in the document creation process and get suggestions for how to save time and money in the production stages.
For users of screen reading applications and people with visual impairments, text alternatives (alt text) convey the purpose or function of an image so as to provide an equivalent user experience in a document or on a website. In this 45-minute virtual training, participants will learn how and when to apply alternative text ; test their knowledge through in-class exercises; and get an opportunity to ask questions of our accessibility expert.