When designing accessible content, it’s likely that the first two courses of action will be to include captions or a transcript and to employ colors with sufficient contrast. These are great, but accessibility is so much more! In addition to providing equitable access to individuals with hearing and vision disabilities, we need to expand to the many other disabilities that need to be included.
Learn how to better support the groups that are often left out in accessibility, such as those that are neurodivergent, those having mobility impairments, users with a different native language, and more.
Discover the importance of learning from those having lived experiences with inaccessibility, as well as implementing inclusive accessibility to include marginalized groups, such as LGBTQ+, BIPOC, plus-sized, and more.