Are you responsible for web content in a Higher Education environment? Are you confident that you are meeting your regulatory obligations for accessible website design and content?
With a decade of experience working in the higher education sector, we have produced a lot of websites. As a publicly funded body, any websites your organisation produce must adhere to WCAG AA standards. We’ve also seen many times how websites that were designed and developed to meet these standards, then fail to remain that way due to inaccessible content that is later added.
Meeting accessibility regulations shouldn’t just be a tick box exercise though. Creating an inclusive digital presence that leaves no one behind is something that benefits us all. By harnessing the power of inclusive online experiences you can create enhanced user engagement, broaden your audience reach and demonstrate you understand and care about the needs of your target audience.
Our online event
When and where: Wednesday 20th September at 10am. Zoom webinar.
In this webinar we will cover:
- What does web accessibility really mean?
- An introduction to the WCAG guidelines – and why they are particularly important for higher education organisations
- Key areas to consider for website design and usability
- Key areas to consider when updating content
Who should attend?
This webinar is suitable for anyone in roles responsible for website content in a Higher Education environment, who are new to web accessibility regulations or who would like a refresher on the requirements and latest recommendations; such as:
- Marketing and communications
- Alumni and development
- Outreach and widening participation
- Patient recruitment for Clinical Trial Units
Places are limited, so sign up now and embark on a journey towards a more accessible and inclusive digital world!
We will also select 5 random participants to receive a comprehensive accessibility report from the 10 Degrees team after the event.