Webinar: Accessibility and Usability… Where do they overlap in eLearning?

Accessible content and usable content are often viewed as separate, mutually exclusive outcomes that employ different design approaches, requirements, and principles. As such, organizations, corporations, and agencies that are required to comply with accessibility requirements may not be aware of the ways in which following Section 508 and WCAG actually enhances the user experience for all. Alternatively, content developers may not consider the business and technical benefits of employing accessible design to increase usability for all.

Laura Silver, Trivantis wants to change that. In last week’s webinar, she shared some use cases that highlight the business case for accessible design, such as the increasing age and diversity of employees in the workforce. It was an info-packed webinar. Laura started with foundational concepts like the difference between accessibility and usability and then built on that.

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