If you’ve ever used the phrase “print out the form, fill it in, scan it and send it back to me”, then this class is for you. The technology for electronic forms has been around for a while, but not everyone has been able to use them due to accessibility …Read the full article
Tables can be some of the most complex problems to solve in an accessible document. When done correctly they make it very easy for all readers to understand complex information. But when created with only a sighted audience in mind they can be a major barrier to comprehension. Learn what …Read the full article
Most everyone has had the experience of groping around in a dark room trying to find the light-switch. People who use Assistive Technology (AT) to read our documents have that same experience if we don’t use the tools at our disposal to create a clear structure. Just like you might …Read the full article
Two errors will pop up every time you run an accessibility check on a PDF: Logical Reading Order and Color Contrast both need to be manually checked. Many people dismiss them because they’ve never been introduced to the critical means of checking and solving problems with Reading Order and Color …Read the full article
Scanned documents, like their printed predecessors, are completely inaccessible to people with vision loss unless you make an effort to convert them to an Assistive Technology friendly format. Learn about the magic Make Accessible Action Wizard button and other tools to help you convert a scan to an accessible format.
Get to know how people with disabilities access your documents and learn about the barriers we unconsciously put in their way. This introductory session will explain a lot of the concepts you’ll hear talked about and help you be certain your information is accurately conveyed to all readers.