17. September 2019 - 9:30 till 17:30
PRACTICAL ACCESSIBILITY - UX TRAINING | Bunnyfoot London | Tuesday, 17. September 2019
About the course
This course covers all of the basics – from how and why we should think about accessibility, through to auditing a site and making recommendations.
A major element of the day is practical: you will practice by analysing real websites for basic accessibility.
It’s fun, it’s interactive and you will meet interesting people to exchange ideas and experiences with!
What will you learn?
The need for and benefits of accessible websites
The people affected by accessibility
Assistive technologies used by people with access needs
Introduction to accessibility guidelines and standards (including WCAG 2.1)
The legal position of accessibility and how to make sure your designs abide by the law!
How to assess and test for basic accessibility
How to produce accessible content and html components
After completing the training, participants will be able to:
Understand the access needs of your users
Understand the legal position of accessibility
Be able to specify the required level of accessibility for your website with confidence
Test your website to check if it meets basic accessibility requirements
Produce content that is accessible
Pastries on arrival
Hot & cold refreshments
Certificate of completion
About the trainer
John Goodall - Consultant
John has over 18 years’ experience in usability, eCommerce, digital marketing and user-centred design. He delivers several of Bunnyfoot’s training courses, including Rapid Prototyping with Axure, Practical Accessibility, and the Certified Professional for Usability & User Experience (CPUX-F) course. John has been Head Judge for the UXUK Awards for the last four years and has compered the awards ceremony since 2016.
Course T&C can be found on the Bunnyfoot website