Writing for accessibilty

Port Harcourt
Sat, Oct 22, 8:00 PM (WAT)

We’re always working to make our content more accessible and usable to the widest possible audience. Writing for accessibility goes way beyond making everything on the page available as text. It also affects the way you organize content and guide readers through a page. There may be laws governing the level of accessibility required. At minimum, an accessible version should be available

About this event

As designers, Developers, UX Writer and more who are involve creating or designing content for user, we’re always working to make our content more accessible and usable to the widest possible audience. Writing for accessibility goes way beyond making everything on the page available as text. It also affects the way you organize content and guide readers through a page. Depending on the audience and country, there may be laws governing the level of accessibility required. At minimum, an accessible version should be available. Accessibility includes users of all mental and physical capacities, whether situational (broken glasses!) or more permanent. We write for a diverse audience of readers who all interact with our content in different ways. We aim to make our content accessible to anyone using a screen reader, keyboard navigation, or Braille interface, and to users of all cognitive capabilities.

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Organizers

  • Ebibote Doutimi

    Ebibote Doutimi

    elitePath

    Figma Community Advocate Lead

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  • Gbotemi Omowaye

    Gbotemi Omowaye

    Renaissance Innovation Lab

    Figma Community Advocate

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  • Anna

    Anna

    Design

    Core Team Member

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