As a designer, you have an important task when it comes to clearly transmitting information to the visitor. Of course you want to provide the user with an impressive visual experience. But did you know that not everyone sees those beautiful colours in your design? And that in some cases a screen reader is used to read a website out loud. Also, did you know that moving images or animations can make some people feel dizzy?
- use of colour and typography;
- navigating within a website;
- forms, animations and modals;
- and you learn why the order of elements in your design is so important.
Are you ready to learn more about accessible design and become an even better designer? Then this course is perfect for you!
Who is it for?
For web designers:
You need to have a basic understanding of how to design a website and communicate this design with the people involved in a web project. Anyone can join in, this course is platform or software independent.
Before you start, you don’t have to know anything about web accessibility. Although, for a better and broader understanding of accessibility overall, we advise you to follow our basic accessibility course first.
For accessibility specialists:
This course is useful if you want to learn more about how to review a web project for accessibility issues and have a conversation with your clients. Finishing “Accessible design, the basics” grants you 2.5 Continuing Accessibility Education Credits (CAECs) for maintaining your IAAP certification.