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Accessible Web Design

Not all Internet users are the same. The course is intended for everyone who intends to create web pages and wants to learn how to modify their pages so that every Internet user can use them.

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AffiliateDurationCatalogue priceHandbook priceITB
Praha1 2 600 CZK included in course price 0
Brno1 2 400 CZK included in course price 0
Bratislava1 110,00 EUR included in course price 0

Who is the course for

The course is intended for everyone who intends to create web pages and wants to learn how to modify their pages so that every Internet user can use them.

What we teach you

We will teach you how to modify your pages so that every Internet user can use them.

Teaching methods

Professional explanation with practical samples and examples.

Teaching materials

Books according to the offer of the special publisher.

Course Outline

1. What is accessibility and who does it benefit

Accessible web sites - characteristics and advantages

  • Why is accessibility so important
  • Why a barrier-free web site pays off
  • Accessibility myths

Handicapped Internet users

  • Visually impaired users
  • Hearing impaired users
  • Mobility impaired users
  • Users with learning and concentration difficulties
  • Users with alternative display devices

Accessible web site design rules and methods

  • Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0
  • Section 501
  • Blind Friendly Web
  • Rules for designing an accessible web site

2. Rules for designing an accessible web site

Images and other graphic elements

  • Images
  • Image button

Web site accessories

  • Independence from CSS
  • Independence from JavaScript
  • Independence from Flash

Web control

Links

  • Navigation
  • Image click maps
  • Frames
  • Page name

Forms

  • Descriptions of form fields
  • Clear and easy-to-use forms

Tables

  • Tables laying out elements on a page
  • Tables containing table data

Colours

  • Independence from colours
  • ”High Contrast” function

Source code

  • Semantics and code
  • Meta tags
  • CSS
  • Source code validity

Font

  • Font size
  • Font type

User environment

  • Independence from user environment
  • Undesirable changes in the user environment
  • Links opening new windows

Web text content

  • Simple and comprehensible content
  • Deploying information in order of priority
  • Segmenting content blocks
  • Basic information about the web site
  • Accessibility declaration
  • Undesirable movement on a page

3. Web accessibility testing

Checking the accessibility of web sites

  • User test
  • Testing with automated tools
  • Testing against points of selected method
Příručka Tvoříme přístupné webové stránky

Price:
included in course price
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