Lydia Rogers: A Beginner’s Guide to Digital Accessibility

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October 30, 2020

You know your website should be accessible, but how can you achieve that? This session will get you started creating content that is available to all. I’ll review how to layout content on a web page so that it can be read by assistive technology, guidelines to creating sentences and paragraphs that are accessible, and how to include images, charts and infographics in a way that transmits information to those with sight impairments and reading challenges. I’ll also show you how you can include downloadable documents on your website. Word, Excel, PowerPoint and PDFs all can be accessible.

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WordCamp Boston 2019 38

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Lydia Rogers 3

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Accessibility 214

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English 9046

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