All Recorded Webinars
Baking Accessibility into Your Event Strategy
In this webinar, we’ll explore what it means to host accessible events, and how event planners can incorporate best practices to ensure all steps of their events are accessible.
We’ll talk about the essential elements of accessible in-person, hybrid, and virtual events. As well as provide checklists and resources to learn more about accessibility.
Celebrate GAAD with Actor Mickey Rowe and Disability Rights Advocate Michael Agyin
Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) is an awareness day to focusing on digital access and inclusion.
To celebrate, we are sitting down first with Mickey Rowe, an actor, director, and public speaker.
Next, we’ll chat with Michael Agyin, a Deaf disability rights advocate, behavioral therapist, and TedX speaker.
Audio Description with 3Play Media
This webinar will cover the basics of how to add audio description to online video, legal requirements for audio description, video player compatibility, examples and demos, how to create audio description, and benefits of audio description outside of accessibility.
Web Accessibility Lawsuit Trends in 2020
In this webinar, Jason Taylor, Chief Innovation Officer at Usablenet, will look at all the key trends in web accessibility lawsuits, including the impact from the coronavirus, the importance of mobile, the impact of widgets and overlays, and the most essential WCAG standards.
The Dark Arts Explained: How to Get Funding, People, and Time to Implement UDL
In this session, you will learn the Dark Arts of UDL: three common practices that get in our way (and we should stop doing), as well as a secret script for interactions with your leadership team and your budget office.