Web accessibility for Designers
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This course is just one of the accessibility courses we offer. Check out the other courses pages for details on our Web Accessibility for Managers course and our Web Accessibility for Developers course.
Choose this course if you are you interested in...
- Understanding the importance of and need for accessibility
- Learning how disabled people use digital services
- Learning more about accessibility standards and guidelines such as the W3C guidelines for web content (WCAG 2.1 AA)
- Finding accessible solutions to interface design challenges
- Creating inclusive design patterns
- Communicating accessible design requirements to developers
- Learning how to test your designs for accessibility
What will you learn?
- Introduction to web accessibility
- Demonstration of assistive technology
- Benefits of digital style guidelines and how to embed accessibility into them
- How to convey accessibility considerations in your designs to developers
- Accessibility guidelines on topics such as:
- Colour and colour contrast
- Page structure
- Font style and size
- Navigation and identification
- Visible focus
- Form controls
What to expect on the day?
Our training includes lots of examples of good practice in inclusive design. You will walk away with concrete takeaways as how to apply this to your own designs. Throughout the day, you will get the opportunity to work individually and within teams to solve design problems by applying what you have learned.
You will receive a print-out of all training materials and course activities. There is no exam in this course but all successful participants will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the day.
£490 + VAT
The following cancellation policy applies to all bookings made:
- 30 days or more before training - full refund or attend a future course date
- 15-29 days prior to training - 50% refund
- 7-14 days prior to training - 25% refund
- 6 days or less prior to training - no refund
You are most welcome to send a substitute for the originally booked delegate at any time by notifying us of their details. User Vision reserves the right to cancel all or parts of the course if an insufficient number of people register for the course.
About Edward Chandler
With over 14 years’ experience applying a user centred design ethos, Ed is passionate about creating great experiences. Before joining User Vision Ed worked at RNIB delivering accessibility across the board from Financial services, entertainment and travel.
At User Vision Ed has worked with a variety of clients in the financial, government and travel and tourism sector. One of his biggest successes has been to help an airline become accessible delivering a wide variety of accessibility consultancy from training through to management buy in and process change, whilst delivering a UX programme of regular testing with users.
Ed has an MSc in Human Factors from University of Nottingham, has sat on various international and industrial standards groups, delivered training to students on MSc courses and professionals in various organisations and has gained the CPUX-F qualification.
Ed heads up Client Services to help bring our clients more value from our services and focusing on embedding user centred design principles throughout organisations.
Specialisms and interests: accessibility and inclusion, user research methodologies, interaction design principles, user centred design and UX strategy
About Andrew Gribben
Andrew has always been fascinated by how people communicate with computers. He believes that when used responsibly, technology can empower users and change lives, so it was almost inevitable that he would build a career around implementing and promoting technical standards. In the past 20 years Andrew has been a Software Developer, Teacher and Coffee Roaster (everyone needs a hobby) but it wasn't until he began working in the field of digital accessibility that everything finally clicked. Andrew is technologist and tinkerer, he likes strategy wargames and building Lego with his kids, and works very hard to not be the Dad from The Lego Movie.
You will receive an online link to access the course in the coming days.