In this Web Accessibility Strategy course for Managers, you’ll learn how to plan for website accessibility. Discover how to use accessibility in the enterprise, identify scope, goals and functions, implement accessibility in the redesign of a site, and adhere to laws and policies governing accessibility. This class is intended for non-designers, managers, and those who will be responsible for understanding, following, and enforcing web accessibility guidelines. Attendees of this class do not need to have expert knowledge of web design.
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Lesson 1: Accessibility in the Enterprise
Lesson 2: Scope, Goals, and Functions
Lesson 3: Approaches to implementation
Lesson 4: Getting Familiar with WCAG 2.0
Lesson 5: Redesigning a Website to Make it Accessible
Lesson 6: Web Accessibility Law and Policy
General computer familiarity is required before starting this class, including understanding of how to use a web browser and navigate the Internet.
You will receive a comprehensive course manual covering web accessibility strategies with this course.
AVAILABLE DELIVERY METHODS FOR THIS CLASS
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AGI's team of experienced instructors are led by Jennifer Smith the design and usability expert and best-selling author of more than 20 books including Creative Cloud for Dummies, Creative Suite for Dummies, and Photoshop Digital Classroom. Classes are led by experienced UX professionals who have extensive professional and training experience, and also work in our UX consulting practice