Original Presentation Date: August 26, 2021
Your website is the proverbial “front door” to a consumer’s experience with your company, and the vehicle which most directly communicates your company’s brand to the rest of the world.
So the last thing you want to do is position yourself as an organization that’s inaccessible to people with disabilities.
Learn what you can do to provide the best possible user experience on your website, including:
- The ideal “roadmap” for building an accessible website
- The best ways to conduct auditing and testing for your current accessibility levels
- Critical (and immediate) things you can do to make your digital properties more accessible
On-demand webinar resources include the recorded presentation, slides, and CART transcript.
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About the Presenter
Chief Experience Officer, Level Access
Derek brings 20+ years of usability analysis and accessibility consulting and training experience to his work with teams around the world, helping to make digital products more accessible and easier to use, while consistently improving practices, processes, and cultures to be more inclusive.
An internationally known speaker and authority on accessibility and inclusive design, Derek is focused on ensuring that accessibility and inclusion are seen as an integral part of user experience and service design, rather than as a simple checklist afterthought. He works directly with high-profile clients to ensure they are crafting and facilitating great user experiences for everyone, including people with disabilities.
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