Digital accessibility is the practice of ensuring that our websites, web applications, and digital content can be used by our community who have a diverse range of hearing, movement, sight, or cognitive abilities.
Making your web pages more accessible
- Dos and don'ts on designing for accessibility - six posters that highlight general guidelines and best design practices for making services accessible to users from these areas: low vision, D/deaf and hard of hearing, dyslexia, motor disabilities, users on the autistic spectrum and users of screen readers.
- Creating accessible content (from NCDAE) - advice on how to use everyday methods to make content significantly more accessible.
- Overview of accessible documents - a checklist from ITS for commonly used tools and how to make documents produced by them meet accessibility guidelines.
Making your PDFs more accessible
The College is using Equidox software to aid in PDF remediation. Learn more about Equidox software training and support.