The WAI to Web Accessibility

Tuesday, July 16, 2013
12 PM Pacific, 3 PM Eastern

The Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) is a rich but often overlooked source of  guidelines, training materials and testing techniques to help you improve your accessibility knowledge and skills.

Web accessibility is no longer an optional "nice to have feature." Legal mandates and market forces make accessible design a foundational aspect of business, academic and government web sites and applications. If you are looking for resources to support your accessible design practice while maintaining a budget, you will be pleased to learn more about the free resources available from the W3C. Whether your role is administrator, tester, developer or designer, this webinar will help you find and use the resources you can rely on. 

Join Sharron Rush, author, advocate, and member of the WAI's Education and Outreach Working Group for more than 8 years. Sharron will take us on a practical tour of WAI resources and help you learn to put them to use. Sponsored by 4Good.

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