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Saturday, June 18, 2016 — This is a full-day course on accessible Web design, documents, publishing, and instructional design. (Half-day option available.) This post-conference event takes place at the same venue as the TECHWell Conference: the Whitney Peak Hotel in Reno.
David Berman is a designer, author, communications strategist, and expert speaker on Web accessibility.
Learn how designing for accessibility standards can help you broaden your audience, comply with the law, and drive down costs. This course will provide in-depth familiarity with World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) WCAG 2.0 success criteria.
These guidelines will help your Word, PowerPoint, Excel, InDesign, video, sound, or PDF documents and Web presence be more effective resources for your entire audience, in your classroom or on the Web.
This course is targeted to all writers, editors, designers, programmers, developers involved in developing Web sites, online courses, documents, or new media projects.
Participants leave with techniques they can use right away for authoring, designing, producing, and testing. … and perhaps gain a whole new attitude towards how technology can improve lives. You will not only be aware of why accessibility and standards affect everyone: you’ll be equipped with a thorough understanding of what you need to do, and how to do it best.
No programming experience is required. The course incorporates adult learning principles and activities appropriate to a variety of learning styles, and qualifies for CEUs.
You will learn how to make your current sites more accessible by complying with current standards and guidelines. Specifically, you will learn:
First Half (morning of a full-day course)
Second Half (afternoon of a full-day course)
Discount also applies to members of ATSP, AHEAD, CapCHI, CMA, CPRS, EAC, GDC, IABC, IxDA, PPPC, PWAC, and RGD Ontario.
Web accessibility expert David Berman has over 30 years of experience in design and communications and has worked extensively in e-accessibility and inclusive interface design.
David is a consultant on strategy for large Web sites, and has worked on Web accessibility projects for many organizations including the National Research Council, BMO, IBM, Honda, the International Space Station, World Bank, and the Canadian Human Rights Commission … as well as many private sector and non-profit organizations.
As an author (Do Good Design [Peachpit/Pearson, 2009, 2013]), expert speaker, designer, communications strategist, David’s professional work has brought him to over 50 countries.
Among David’s many accolades:
Regular ticket holders receive:
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