I have been developing and delivering accessibility workshops since 2010.
My workshops deliver the latest up-to-date information and I am constantly monitoring and updating my skills to provide a simple yet comprehensive course.
Teaching and working with Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Suite for over 20 years - gives me an advantage of fully understanding the workflow of creating accessible content and making compliant PDF/UA, WCAG , AODA accessible documents. See below for descriptions.
This course is designed to address how to create an Accessible PDF document using Adobe InDesign. A review of how layout and design principles and practices effect the construction of a document intended for accessibility.
This hands-on workshop is designed to clearly explain how to create an accessible document using Microsoft Word. It will demonstrate converting documents to PDF format and examine the required structure for assistive technologies.
Using only Acrobat and a Non-accessible PDF you will learn how to make the content more accessible, and use accessibility checkers to verify it meets PDF/UA requirements.
This live 1 hour webinar will give you a well-rounded understanding of how documents can be made accessible. Participants will learn about the background and theory of accessibility, how accessibility effects document creation, and what changes in your organization’s current workflow and process are required.
This 1 hour webinar will review the most commonly used accessibility checkers currently available to individuals creating accessible PDF documents. During this webinar we will review the following checkers: Microsoft Office, Adobe Acrobat Professional and the online PDF Accessibility Checker (PAC 3.0).
A comprehensive review of how layout and design principles and practices that influence the outcome in the construction of a PowerPoint or Excel document intended for accessibility.
Through mini exercises and quiz questions, participants will learn how to layout content for those with vision, motor and cognitive impairments.