The Disabilities Awareness & Etiquette webinar occurred on February 9, 2021.
Alternative text is a key part of making a website accessible to people who are blind or low vision. Without alt text, these users will not get the same information as sighted users. While alt text seems fairly easy, many people struggle to write meaningful alt text, especially on a tight schedule. Learn when alt text is necessary, easy methods for writing meaningful alt text, and answers to the most frequently asked questions.
Understanding digital accessibility challenges is easy if you know people with disabilities. But what if you’ve never seen a person who is blind use their computer or smartphone? Learn more about different vision disabilities, and what it's like for people with vision disabilities to use the internet.
Level Access consultants follow a robust methodology to audit digital properties for our customers. Learn more about our audit methodology, and learn how you can incorporate some of this type of testing throughout your software development lifecycle to address accessibility in a more scalable and cost-effective way.
Getting started with accessibility? Here's an introduction on the basics of accessibility.
Self-service tablets and kiosks can be found in just about every industry, from self-check-in at the doctor’s office to self-checkout at the grocery store. Due to COVID-19, more organizations are exploring self-service options to help their customers and employees maintain physical distance whenever possible. This webinar discusses best practices when ensuring accessible self-service experiences.
This webinar explores the impact COVID-19 will have on people with disabilities and specific actions all organizations should take to minimize that impact.
This webinar covers an overview of what mobility disabilities are and how people with mobility disabilities use the web.