Block A, Centre House
Whether or not you’re targeting mobile web users, ‘hard to reach’ groups, disabled people, or even people with low connection speeds, you should make sure your websites, social networks, e-mails and e-newsletters are inclusive and adaptable for different communications needs and technologies.Know what questions to ask and what reasonable adjustments your organisation needs to be making.
Ideal for you if:
You want to be sure your digital communications are accessible and user-friendly, without redeveloping your website or learning programming language
Back at work, you’ll:
• Understand barriers to communication, avoid common mistakes• Make small, cheap and vital changes to your digital copy and images• Understand how mobiles, screenreaders and other technology reads web pages so you can plan your communications
Want to get your messaging positive and confident to challenge stereotypes? Join us for the next breakfast session in our Accessibility series on Overcoming stigma, May 10th.
For more information, call us on 020 7871 5653 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can book online now with a card or by invoice (see 'other payment options' below), or call us on 020 7871 5653
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