Web Accessibility Series 2022 Update
The Irish Computer Society (ICS) in partnership with the Centre for Excellence in Universal Design
at the National Disability Authority (NDA) recently finished a successful four-part series on Web Accessibility.
The series aimed to help public bodies and other organisations understand how small decisions have an impact on disabled peoples’ access to websites and mobile apps.
Over four events, we explored accessibility choices, universal design and inclusion. We also looked at how to create accessible documents and presentations (Word, PowerPoint, PDFs), and accessibility testing in mobile applications.
The ICS and NDA plan to deliver a follow-up series in autumn 2022 and are currently working on the plan for this.
In the meantime, you can now access the recordings of all four sessions below:
|Session Type||Date and Time||Title|
|Information Seminar||Thursday 28th April 12:00 - 13:00 ||Accessibility: The right choice - Inclusion, universal design and accessibility in online public services - View Recording here|
|Training Webinar||Thursday 12th May 10:30 - 12:00 ||How to Create Accessible Documents and Presentations - View Recording here|
|Training Webinar||Thursday 26th May 10:30 - 12:00 ||Accessibility Testing in Mobile Apps - View Recording here|
|Information Seminar||Thursday 2nd June 12:00 - 13:00 ||Organisational factors to improve accessibility - View Recording here|