Improving Digital Accessibility in the Public Sector
Elevate your digital impact with hands-on mastery of WCAG 2.0 principles and practical expertise for crafting inclusive content, tailored for diverse roles.
9 & 16 May 2024
9am - 12:30pm EST
Next intake: 9 & 16 May 2024 | 9am - 12:30pm EST
Discover the principles and practices of creating accessible content that meets the four principles of WCAG 2.0: perceivable, operable,
understandable, and robust. Our training covers guidelines and success criteria for each principle and provides hands-on practice to ensure you master the techniques for creating accessible text, multimedia, tables, forms,
Our expert trainer will guide you through best practices for creating accessible PDFs and e-books, testing and evaluating WCAG 2.0 compliance, and implementing these practices in the workplace. Designed for content creators, developers, designers, and project managers,
this training will equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to create compliant, inclusive content for all users, including those with disabilities. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to make your content accessible to everyone and create a more inclusive digital world.
- Understanding Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0)
- The Importance of Accessibility in Government Agency Websites
- Building an understanding of Disability and the Challenges of Accessibility
- Principles and Practices of Content Design
- Designing for Inclusivity
- Embedding Assistive Technologies
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Improving Digital Accessibility in the Public Sector
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Unlock the essentials of web accessibility through our comprehensive training on Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0). Delve into key topics including understanding: WCAG 2.0 principles, the importance of accessibility in government agency websites, user insights and analytics, content design principles, and the integration of assistive technologies.
Equip yourself to create web content that is perceivable, operable, understandable, and robust, fostering inclusivity for users with diverse abilities. Join us for a transformative journey to enhance usability and user experience in the digital landscape.
• An introduction to WCAG 2.0 and what it means for greater usability
• The difference between General User Experience and Accessibility
• Key Terms and Definitions
• Improving participation to help everyone
• Discussing the barriers to WCAG2.0 compliance
• Ensuring web content is Perceivable, Operable, Understandable and Robust
• Understanding your users’ disabilities including visual, auditory, physical and mobility, speech, cognitive, language, learning, neurological
• Uncovering the specific accessibility challenges
• How WCAG 2.0 enable you to empower your users
• User insights and analytics
• Evaluating user research
• Identifying your different user groups
• Uncovering their needs and preferences
• Mapping the user journey
• Creating user personas
• Testing and refining content to improve usability and user experience
• Creating accessible content for neurodivergent users
• Designing for temporary and contextual disabilities
• Case studies and research
• Exploring assistive technologies and accommodations
• How do they enable accessibility
• Testing to ensure digital content is compatible and functional
Meet Your Facilitator
Padma Gillen is a trainer, speaker, digital consultant and author of ‘Lead with Content’. He is CEO of Llibertat, a content-led digital agency that puts users first. He uses his expertise in content strategy and agile to help organizations in the UK, US, Europe and Australia get clear on what they’re trying to achieve, build a roadmap to get there and then deliver the change their users are looking for.
Led by Padma, Llibertat provided the team that helped the University of Southampton design, plan and deliver their multimillion-pound
digital transformation programme, OneWeb. In 2019 Llibertat and the University of Southampton won the ContentEd Award for Excellence
in Content Strategy.
In 2021 they helped the university win 3 out of 6 ContentEd awards – for user focus, collaboration and again for excellence in content strategy. Previously, Padma was Head of Content Design at the Government Digital Service (GDS), where he had overall responsibility for the quality of content on GOV.UK, the award-winning website of the UK Government. Over the past 10 years, he has trained many teams and individuals in content design
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