So, this week I’ve been bopping around. I’ll detail my work below more coherently, but for a TL;DR: continuing to pen the accessibility training (it’s almost ready to go online!), helping with project management on a new service center project, and editing photo IDs.
But first, have a low quality photo of me and Bucky a moment before he leapt for freedom
So this is really exciting for me! Maddy, Suloni, and Estella have been kind enough to let me spend more work hours than I probably should have on writing an accessibility training for designers. This is really an area close to my heart, because I’ve decided it’s the area in which I would like to pursue a career. It really combines a lot of areas I love, such as research and writing, design and development, and client communication.
This overview covers a quick summary of legal requirements and W3C recommendations, as well as more hands-on steps STAs can take to ensure accessibility. If anyone wants to chat more about web accessibility and what it means beyond not getting legal action for violations, let me know!