How to Create Accessible PDFs
Are the PDFs that you are creating accessible?
Spoiler alert: most PDFs are not accessible. A PDF is considered accessible if it can be viewed by everyone including people with disabilities.
To produce an accessible PDF, you’ll need to take some necessary extra steps before publishing your PDF.
In this webinar, we will walk you through a step-by-step guide to creating accessible PDFs. This webinar is presented by Michele Landis, co-Founder and CRO at Accessible360, and David Herr, VP of Marketing and Strategic Alliances at CommonLook.
In this presentation:
- What is an accessible PDF?
- A step-by-step guide to creating accessible PDFs
- Why accessible PDFs matter
Michele Landis Co-Founder and CRO l Accessible360
Michele Landis is an accessibility industry leader and ADA policy, strategist. She is also the co-founder and CRO of Accessible360, a court-certified digital accessibility auditing firm and leader in user accessibility testing.
David Herr VP of Marketing & Strategic Alliances l CommonLook
David Herr CPACC – after an extensive career in the technology sector, Dave has spent the last 10 years working in the assistive technology industry. His expertise is in overall accessibility and Document Accessibility solutions. At CommonLook, he works with clients looking for document accessibility automation solutions for enterprise organizations.