Web Accessibility for Front-End Developers

Web Accessibility for Front-End Developers

Length: 8 hours
Type: Role Based

Description:Revolutionize web accessibility from the front lines of development. Our eight-hour training is created for front-end developers, providing the essential skills and knowledge needed to lead the charge in creating accessible web experiences. This course will empower you to ensure web projects are inclusive and accessible to all users.

Participants Will:
  • Explore critical aspects of web accessibility through the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).
  • Explore the components of name, role, and value when using screen readers, and learn how to optimize accessibility in code.
  • Understand semantic structure, menu design principles, and styling considerations to enhance the accessibility of your web assets.
  • Learn practical skills in optimizing images, data tables, and forms, ensuring your web content is fully accessible to individuals with disabilities.
Course Content:
  • Automated testing
  • Keyboard focus and functionality
  • Name/role/value
  • Accessible Rich Internet Applications (ARIA)
  • Screen reader as an interface for web accessibility
  • Semantics (menus, tools, sections, landmarks, links, and lists)
  • Menus styling
  • Images
  • Data Tables
  • Forms

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