David Berman Presents at Upcoming Webinar on WCAG 2.0 Accessibility Guidelines
Web accessibility expert David Berman will give a presentation on WCAG 2.0 accessibility guidelines on Wednesday, June 17, 2015, 2-3pm ET.
Registration for the 3Play Media webinar is free, and a recording of the event will be available on our recorded webinar archives.
In light of recent web accessibility lawsuits in higher education, the threat of non-compliance with accessibility standards is very real. However, bringing an entire organization up to accessibility standards can be daunting.
In this webinar, David Berman, the #1 rated speaker on the topic of web accessibility standards, will outline strategies for meeting WCAG 2.0 standards in various design platforms.
Applying WCAG 2.0 Accessibility Guidelines for Web, Office, InDesign, PDF
David’s presentation will focus on building accessibility into your design process, with tips for web, Office, InDesign, and PDF. He provides not only a deep understanding of web standards and requirements, but also a passion for accessibility.
David’s enthusiastic and entertaining presentation style will give you a new perspective on the importance of web accessibility. To get a sense of his style, watch video clips from his previous webinar where he shows off his disability simulation goggles and explains the principle of designing for extremes.
David’s presentation will include:
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- An overview of WCAG 2.0 guidelines and levels of compliance
- Legal requirements for web accessibility
- How WCAG 2.0 will impact the United States’ Section 508 refresh
- Why web accessibility matters
- Tips for creating accessible PDFs and web content
- Accessibility tips for Office, Acrobat, and InDesign