The Principles of Universal Design

The design of products and environments to be usable by all people, to the greatest extent possible, without the need for adaptation or specialized design. There are 4 main accessibility principles: PERCEIVABLE Starting at the most basic level, users must be able to process information. Take alternate means of processing into account. For example: providing text … Continue reading The Principles of Universal Design

One-day workshop: Creating Accessible Microsoft Word Documents

The DD Network of Nevada is pleased to announce the "How to make Accessible Microsoft Word Documents" Full-Day WorkShop on the UNR Campus.   Make your Microsoft Word Documents Accessible Learn how easy it is to: Create new accessible text documents using Microsoft Word Identify accessibility issues in existing MS Word documents Apply remediation strategies. A comprehensive … Continue reading One-day workshop: Creating Accessible Microsoft Word Documents

Is that email accessible?

Some tips to make your email content more accessible Use built-in formatting features for spacing, headings, paragraphs, line breaks, styles and paragraph formatting When attaching PDF’s or other visual content, include a text summary in the body of your email with details, dates, times, etc. Add alt text to any images or graphics Don’t rely … Continue reading Is that email accessible?