This webinar will present the principles of Universal Design and how to apply it to designing websites and print materials that are accessible to people with low or limited vision. Peter Freedman, an expert with 15 years’ experience in web design and e-commerce will address technical, visual, and regulatory considerations to improve web and print overall effectiveness for readability. Whether you’re tech-savvy or not, have resources or not, you will walk away with the strategies to evaluate and make improvements to the readability of your web and print materials for audiences with limited vision.
• Describe key principles of Universal Design and advantages for the user experience
• List an example of how layout can improve readability for the visually-impaired
• Explain how different typographic practices can improve readability
Speaker: Peter Freedman, Web Designer
Moderator: Nancy Murphy, Founder, CSR Communications
This presentation was from the sixth session in UC Berkeley's Center for Public Health Practice sponsored Health Communication Matters! Webinar Series, which will help participants in all walks of public health to apply health literacy principles to their everyday communications.
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