This course covers all of the basics – from how and why we should think about accessibility, through to auditing a site and making recommendations.
A major element of the day is practical: you will practice by analysing real websites for basic accessibility. It’s fun, it’s interactive and you will meet interesting people to exchange ideas and experiences with!
If you’re responsible for a website and want to get the best out of it whilst ensuring you are meeting legal and corporate social responsibility requirements then this course is for you.
Our Practical Accessibility course is also suitable for designers and content providers who are responsible for template design and contents. It is not code-heavy or technical (so no coding experience is necessary), but does introduce key concepts and best practices that will be useful to developers.
Topics covered in the course include:
After completing the training, you will be able to:
Duration: 1 day
Venue: Remote training
Price: £495 (excl. VAT)
We will provide course materials and a certificate of completion.
John has over 20 years’ experience in user-centred design, usability, eCommerce and digital marketing. In addition to working as a UX consultant, he delivers several of Bunnyfoot’s training courses on prototyping and Axure, Practical Accessibility, and the Certified Professional for Usability & User Experience (CPUX-F) course.
John has run training courses and worked on a wide variety of online projects as head of accessibility, lead interaction designer or UX consultant for many clients, including The National Archives, HSBC, easyJet, EDF Energy, BBC, Sport England, Vodafone and Oxfam.
John is a National Expert for the UXQB (the qualifications board responsible for the CPUX-F course). He contributed significantly to the current CPUX-F course curriculum, also writing a number of the public test questions for the course, and is currently helping the UXQB develop an advanced-level curriculum on Designing Solutions.
I would definitely recommend Bunnyfoot’s courses. The day was useful, informative and had the evidence to back it all up.
Friendly and professional – just how a course should be run!
UX Designer, House of Commons
Head of Wed Platform, Design and UX, Sky Sports
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