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Webinar

IAAP: Top Accessibility Considerations for Design and Content Teams: October 4th. 11am EDT.

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Overview.

When creating digital experiences, most creatives know they should be designing them to be accessible. However, the scope can seem daunting, and the execution can seem unclear. Moreover, the guidelines aren’t always easy to understand, nor do they map to our mental models of how we design.

We continually see the same accessibility related issues time and time again, a subset of which are solely the responsibility of the design teams and / or the accessibility considerations should begin with the design teams (like User Experience Designers and Art Directors).

This talk identifies some of the top accessibility issues that creatives should take responsibility for, and provides guidance for how creatives can subsequently design these issues out of their digital experiences.

Find out more and register here: Top Accessibility Considerations for Design and Content Teams.