Accessibility for Developers Bundle

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  • 3 Hours 15 Minutes of Course Content
  • Certificate of Completion

Bundle Description

Making sure a site or application is set up to be able to adjust to each individuals’ needs will result in a better experience for them. This bundle focuses on the key implementation techniques to ensure the websites you code are accessible to all.

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Remove Barriers

Developing with accessibility in mind helps remove barriers to important information.

Courses Included

  • Adaptive Content & Other Page Requirements

    • Content
    • Design
    • Typography

    Every person that interacts with a site has their own way of navigating. Making sure a site or application is set up to be able to adapt and adjust to each individuals’ needs will result in a better experience for them.

    Overview of Adaptive Content & Other Page Requirements Course
  • Keyboard Navigation & Focus Management

    • HTML
    • Keyboard Navigation
    • Semantics

    Providing easy access to and around a website or application is paramount to a user’s experience. This course will provide you with the information needed to ensure your website can be operated with a keyboard only, as well as how to properly manage the focus state of interactive elements.

    Overview of Keyboard Navigation & Focus Management Course
  • Landmarks, Links, and Headings

    • ARIA
    • HTML

    Landmarks, links and headings are all incredibly common elements within websites & applications. But when implemented incorrectly, they can cause serious accessibility issues.

    Overview of Landmarks, Links, and Headings Course
  • Forms: Labels, Cues, and Errors

    • Forms
    • HTML

    Forms have become an integral part of everyday life. They are used for everything from making necessary appointments to ordering groceries online. That is why it is incredibly important that they are made in a way that everyone can access and operate them.

    Overview of Forms: Labels, Cues, and Errors Course
  • Sequence & Semantics

    • CSS
    • HTML
    • Semantics

    Assistive technologies present content in DOM order (the order that it appears in the HTML), so it's important that the DOM order matches the expected reading order. If they don't match, the content won't make sense to people who use assistive technologies.

    Overview of Sequence & Semantics Course
  • Widgets

    • ARIA
    • Developer
    • HTML
    • Keyboard Navigation
    • Semantics

    A UI (User Interface) component can be native or custom. Native HTML elements have pre-associated meaning, structure, and semantics while custom components require additional work in order to communicate the same information. This additional work includes proper ARIA roles, properties, and attributes for the functionality being exhibited.

    Overview of Widgets Course

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Sequence & Semantics

  • CSS
  • HTML
  • Semantics

Assistive technologies present content in DOM order (the order that it appears in the HTML), so it's important that the DOM order matches the expected reading order. If they don't match, the content won't make sense to people who use assistive technologies.

Price $¤ 20

Landmarks, Links, and Headings

  • ARIA
  • HTML

Landmarks, links and headings are all incredibly common elements within websites & applications. But when implemented incorrectly, they can cause serious accessibility issues.

Keyboard Navigation & Focus Management

  • HTML
  • Keyboard Navigation
  • Semantics

Providing easy access to and around a website or application is paramount to a user’s experience. This course will provide you with the information needed to ensure your website can be operated with a keyboard only, as well as how to properly manage the focus state of interactive elements.

Price $¤ 20

Accessibility, Leadership, and Company Culture

  • Business
  • Culture
  • Legislation

Building a company culture focused around accessibility requires buy-in from leadership teams. In order to get that buy in, it is critical for leaders to understand what accessibility is, what laws are related to it, and how it benefits everyone.

Price $¤ 20

Accessibility Concepts for Designers

  • Color
  • Design
  • Typography

The best time to start implementing accessibility is at the start. Creating accessible designs from the beginning of development will prevent future accessibility issues, save money and time and ensure that your team's process is as efficient as possible. 

Price $¤ 20

Widgets

  • ARIA
  • Developer
  • HTML
  • Keyboard Navigation
  • Semantics

A UI (User Interface) component can be native or custom. Native HTML elements have pre-associated meaning, structure, and semantics while custom components require additional work in order to communicate the same information. This additional work includes proper ARIA roles, properties, and attributes for the functionality being exhibited.

Price $¤ 20

Forms: Labels, Cues, and Errors

  • Forms
  • HTML

Forms have become an integral part of everyday life. They are used for everything from making necessary appointments to ordering groceries online. That is why it is incredibly important that they are made in a way that everyone can access and operate them.

Price $¤ 20

Adaptive Content & Other Page Requirements

  • Content
  • Design
  • Typography

Every person that interacts with a site has their own way of navigating. Making sure a site or application is set up to be able to adapt and adjust to each individuals’ needs will result in a better experience for them.

Price $¤ 20