In this microlearning course, we went over the importance of designing accessible content and introduced accessibility features on commonly used devices; we saw the perspective of a person who relies on assistive technology. We also discussed how to use legible fonts and layouts, and add descriptions to images and URLs. You learned how to enable the WAVE web accessibility checker and use the Microsoft Outlook app accessibility checker feature.
We’ve created an email accessibility checklist for your reference; the link is below.
Part II, ahead, illustrates some core accessibility principles such as heading styles, creating lists and meaningful hyperlinks, setting up...
According to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), “Nineteen percent of undergraduates in 2015-16 reported having a disability” (2019).