Practical Accessibility

A get-right-down-to-it online course for Web designers and developers who want to start creating more accessible Web user interfaces and digital products today

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by Sara Soueidan, a seasoned design engineer & trainer who’s passionate about creating inclusive experiences

Accessibility can be straight-up difficult and intimidating. My goal is to make it friendlier and more approachable. Whether you’re just getting started with accessibility or have a somewhat solid base, there is something in this course for you.

This premium course includes hours of contentit’s like attending one of my workshops!—that you can access and go through at your own time and your own pace: captioned videos, written transcripts, and practical content covering beginner to advanced topics.

We’ll cover the fundamentals of accessibility on the Web (WCAG, ARIA, and more), and we’ll go over topics ranging from writing semantic HTML foundations, to accessibly styling content with CSS, and adding necessary interactivity with JavaScript—all through the lens of accessibility and progressive enhancement.

The course is packed with practical insights that you can start applying in your own projects right away to make them more accessible. We will cover not only what to do but also what not to do, and I’ll recommended tried and true practices for creating common design patterns in an accessible way.

By the end of this course, you will be equipped with enough knowledge, tools, and resources to start building more accessible digital products today.

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