Web Design Accessibility Certificate
What you'll learn
- Build accessible and inclusive websites
- Best practice and WCAG standards
- Understand a range of disabilities
- Using the WAI-ARIA specification
- Knowledge of HTML is recommended
Do you build websites? If you are a designer, developer, programmer, engineer or web enthusiast, this is the course for you.
Build more inclusive websites and make the world a better place
Improve your conversation rates
Add a valuable skill to your CV
All about a range of disabilities including sight, hearing, motor and cognitive
Tools that can help us, and even do some of the work for us
Inclusive design principles
How to use the ARIA specification
By the end of the course, you will have mastered the fundamentals of accessible and inclusive design.
This course is accredited by the International Association of Therapists and taught by Chris Worfolk, psychologist, software consultant and accessibility mentor who has worked with many international brands to make their websites more inclusive.
If that sounds exciting, hit the "buy now" button to get started immediately. I can't wait to see you inside the course!
Who this course is for:
- Web designers and developers
Chris Worfolk is a psychologist and software consultant. He is the author of nine books and has taught over 50,000 students on Udemy. He specialises in software, career coaching, mental health and resilience.
Chris is the founder of the mental health charity Anxiety Leeds and co-founder of the Leeds Anxiety Clinic. He is the author of Do More, Worry Less: Small Steps To Reduce Your Anxiety. He has a degree in psychology from Leeds Beckett University.
Previously, he has spent over ten years working in the IT industry helping companies including Sky, Asda, Capita and the NHS improve the digital products. He is the author of numerous books including How to Exit VIM and the IT Contracting Master Class. He has a degree in computing from the University of Leeds.
In his spare time, he is an ironman triathlete, ultramarathon runner, competitive public speaker. He lives in Leeds with his wife and daughter.