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Designer and author Andy Clarke demystifies the challenging aspects of Web design: making sites accessible to as wide an audience as possible while still maintaining a solid design aesthetic.
In this “Web Content Accessibility Guidelines” video, CLarke shows how using a modern workflow, which includes designing using a web browser, eliminates common accessibility problems. You will learn how to design accessible content as well as write accessible HTML and XHTML markup and CSS. You'll also learn key business elements of creating an accessible site, including better search engine placement and more value for money spent on design.
Clarke demonstrates these concepts using examples from a fictitious social networking site he created.
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|Section 1: My First Section|
Section 1: Introduction
Section 2: Defining Accessible DesignPreview
Section 3: Planning for Accessible Design
Section 4: Accessible Design Workflow
Section 5: Designing Accessible Content
Considering Color and Contrast
Using Better Typography
Section 6: Considering Alternate Content
Working with Images
Working with Video and Audio
Using Zoom Layouts
Section 7: Adding In-Page Navigation
Making Tables Accessible
Making Forms Accessible
Section 8: Conclusion
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