‘website accessible’ Videos

  • Andy Sitt: Making State Government Accessible and Responding to COVID-19

    WordCamp Philadelphia 2020Speaker: Andy Sitt

    November 17, 2020 — Within the Delaware Department of State, the Government Information Center builds and maintains WordPress websites for state agencies and municipalities. WordPress as a CMS makes it easier for non-technical employees to add and edit content, and Delaware citizens benefit by having access to information that impacts their lives. When the pandemic hit, the Government Information Center built a WordPress website for COVID-19 information that the public could use to find the latest data, testing locations, child care, reopening guidelines, and other important information. Everything was built with non-technical users from the health and emergency management departments in mind, as they would be in charge of maintaining content that was constantly changing in an ever-evolving public health crisis. This talk is about how the team of designers and developers came together to quickly build a website that contributes to public health, reaches under-served communities, and helps keep Delawareans safe.

  • Natalie MacLees: Making Your Website Work for Everyone

    WordCamp US 2019Speaker: Natalie MacLees

    November 14, 2019 — In this workshop, we’ll walk you through testing your website, identifying potential issues, and fixing the most common accessibility problems. We’ll cover the basic principles of accessibility and inclusive design and share tips and tools for making and keeping your website accessible.