Accounting for Access in Program Materials
We use written materials to convey important information about our agencies and the resources and services available to the people we serve. Ensuring the accessibility of the materials, whether print or electronic, depends on choices made throughout the development of the materials. This course addresses key decision points for developing accessible materials, including font choice, color contrast, and reading order. It will also cover unique considerations for print verses electronic materials, as well as how to use the built-in access features of software such as Microsoft Word and PowerPoint.
This course includes three lessons:
- General Design Considerations that Effect Access for Materials
- Unique Considerations for Electronic Materials
- Unique Considerations for Printed Materials