When building a shop, it’s important to make sure facilities like toilets and parking are fully accessible. When you build a website or create digital assets, you’ll have similar considerations. Closed captions on videos for deaf people, and keyboard-navigable websites for those that can’t physically use a mouse are just 2 examples.
Digital accessibility is all about making sure your website and online content can be easily used by as many people as possible.
In many countries, legislation is in place to protect people’s rights by ensuring organizations adhere to standards relating to digital accessibility. But the benefits of this approach go way beyond staying on the right side of the law. This course will help you explore them.
By the end of this course, you’ll be able to:
• Define digital accessibility and the barriers faced by users
• Describe the benefits of ensuring your digital content is accessible
• Demonstrate the key principles that increase digital accessibility
Why take this course?
These days most organizations have an online or digital presence, so we all need to understand the principles of digital accessibility to make sure that we are relevant and useful to as many people as possible. Ensuring your digital content is accessible improves usability and can even boost the search engine ranking of your website. Take this course to understand best practice in this area and access the many benefits of this approach.
15 mins | SCORM | Workbook