Accessible Digital Communication (ADC) Part One
The Accessible Digital Communication Course is a best practice starting point for the information and communication standard. The Web Accessibility Initiative is a globally accepted standard, but they are only guidelines and do not guarantee user satisfaction. In this series we offer you a new programming paradigm to explore and give you design principles to open new doors. We will outline guidelines when purchasing or designing accessible and usable technology for the workplace. You will understand digital disability terminology, be introduced to types of disabilities and the assistive equipment they require, a variety of accessibility audit tools and how to interpret and eradicate accessibility errors. ADC also teaches you best practices to create digitally accessible workplaces for employees and customers.
WHO SHOULD TAKE ACCESSIBLE DIGITAL COMMUNICATION (ADC)
Business owners, managers, marketing/sales personnel, procurement managers, training/educators, project leaders, software developers, quality assurance and testers and user experience designers.
Start right after registration and learn at your own pace. There will be short knowledge checks after each module (to check comprehension) and a long quiz at the end of the course.
To determine if you should take this course, see how you score on our ADC Pre-Quiz: