Web Accessibility Training & Courses
IAAP Certification Preparation Course
Learn everything you need to know to pass the IAAP certification exam (CPACC: Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies) in Deque's IAAP certification exam preparation course.
Deque Announces Scholarships—Free Access to Deque University—for People with Disabilities
If you have a disability, you can qualify for free access to Deque University to learn web accessibility skills.
Accessibility Tip: Add Text Transcripts for Video and Audio Elements
Many people are familiar with the benefits of providing synchronized captions. They allow people who have hearing impairments to understand the full meaning of a video. They also help people who don't have hearing impairments - for example, a person watching a video in a library who has forgotten her headphones.
But providing captions is only one of the important steps. In addition, a text transcript must be provided. Why is this?
Online Self-Paced Web Accessibility Training
Deque University offers a wealth of web accessibility information, packaged into online learning modules that you can access any time, anywhere, and at your own pace. You can walk through each module step by step, or you can use Deque University as a handy reference to find answers to specific questions related to your current projects.
New to Web Accessibility?
We can help you get up to speed. Start with our class in Web Accessibility Fundamentals to learn the basics of disability types, assistive technologies, universal design, and how people with disabilities use the web.
Looking to go beyond web accessibility basics?
See the list of courses and packages for more information.
- How to Design iOS Buttons that Pass Color Contrast Jul 11
- Shift Accessibility Left in Your Native Android Development Jun 21
- WCAG 2.1: What is Next for Accessibility Guidelines Jun 06
- Deque Systems Welcomes and Announces Support for WCAG 2.1 Jun 05
- Accessible Focus Indicators: Something to :focus on May 31