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Keynote presentation at the Web Content for Everyone Symposium: Usability, Accessibility, and Content Creation. Held at Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan, May 15, 2019.
Our university websites are the primary way we deliver information to students, faculty, and staff. So it’s critical that people of all backgrounds and abilities are able to find, access, and understand our web content. In this presentation, you’ll learn the key principles to creating content that is useful, usable, and accessible to all. We will discuss techniques including plain language, heading structure, content prioritization, meaningful links, alternative text, and more.
* Recognize why plain language is important to inclusive design
* Be able to create content accessible to screen readers
* Understand how to write content grounded in principles of universal design