Making websites and software applications 508 compliant has gained a reputation for being expensive and time consuming. This myth is one of the biggest barriers to accessibility. Critical elements for developing accessible sites includes understanding what people with different types of disabilities need; building in accessibility from the project inception; and testing and remediating in increments.
During this webinar, you will learn how to influence your agency's approach to accessibility—how to apply accessibility requirements to each person's role within a project team. You'll also find out what specific guidelines, tools, and training resources all team members can use to implement accessibility in their work.
Have you ever observed how people with disabilities are experiencing your content on social media? Is someone who uses a screen reader or other assistive technology able to understand your content on Twitter or Facebook? In this presentation, you’ll learn specific tips for making your agency’s social media content more accessible. We’ll go through tools and tactics you can use to help make sure your social media engagements are readable for all your communities.
Effectively moderating usability tests is critical to gaining insights about your users needs. Learn about the many techniques researchers use to moderate sessions.
Evaluating your website with both usability and accessibility in mind gives all users the best possible user experience. Learn more about tying accessibility into usability at Usability.gov.
Learn about the benefits and challenges of designing color-friendly sites, and which colors work best.