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Make your Website Accessible — a deep dive

2 February, 2022 @ 11:00 am 2:00 pm

This workshop is limited to 25 people

This workshop explores the technology behind website accessibility and takes a deep dive into the WCAG standards.

It will split the WCAG standards into easy to understand sections such as:

  • Hosting — reliability and speed
  • Web design — colour contrast, use of images and consistency
  • Web development and content management systems — navigation, links and keyboard accessibility
  • Content — structuring, use of language, downloadable content, forms, videos and podcasts

It will also outline how to undertake an accessibility audit and how to write a website accessibility statement.

This workshop follows on from the webinar Make your Website Accessible — the essentials.

This workshop will:

  • Provide clear examples of how to make your website WCAG compliant
  • Identify tools to help you make the necessary changes
  • Offer insight into what you can expect from the new guidelines: WCAG 2.2 and 3.0

Who will benefit the most from this session?

Attendees will need some experience of creating and editing website content. If you know a little HTML such as heading tags (H1,H2) and know what hex colours are then this workshop is for you.

How do I take part?

We will be using Zoom for this workshop.


Members: £55 + VAT

Non-members: £75 + VAT

Please note: if you are part of a Team membership, please select the ‘Team Member Rate with Training Pass’ when booking.

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Paul Blundell | Web Consultant | RBA Digital

Paul helps individuals and organisations to embrace their potential by learning skills that he believes are no longer the domain of programmers, consultants and data analysts. In particular, his focus is helping cultural organisations to use digital integrations, machine learning and artificial intelligence to improve their productivity and communication skills.

His clients include many arts, cultural and heritage organisations including the Arts Marketing Association, Historic Scotland, Imperial War Museum, The Comedy Store and the Centre for Cultural Value.

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