This is a recorded webinar and is only available online.
People give lots of presentations. People also use *lots* of social media. But what can we do to make sure that all the presentations that we give and posts that we make are accessible to *all* people? This recorded webinar covers the best practices in developing presentations, from font size to displaying complex information; and best practices in producing accessible content for social media across a wide range of platforms, covering items such as image content, accessible hashtagging, and looking at the built-in accessibility features of modern social media platforms. Together we’ll learn that we can all do little things to make big things #AccessibleToEveryone.
About the Presenter: Art Frick is a web designer, developer, and online accessibility specialist in the greater NYC area. He is a full-time staff member of the University of New Hampshire’s Institute on Disability, where he does a lot of project management, assists in developing technical specifications for several grants and programs at the Institute, and is a frequent speaker about online accessibility issues and Drupal.
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