Do you build websites for nonprofit organizations? Are your websites compliant with standards for website accessibility? If you want to learn about these standards and how to code your sites for accessibility, this class if for you! (If you are a nonprofit concerned about having an accessible website – please let your website developer know about this class!)
Website Accessibility for Web Developers
Thursday, April 29 from 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Website accessibility is important for nonprofit organizations serving an increasing population that includes people with disabilities. Since accessibility goes hand-in-hand with overall website usability, it is to every organization’s benefit to implement website accessibility standards when designing a site. In this class, we will teach you the basic principles of accessibility you’ll want to consider when building or revising your website. We will also show you how to write accessible code using specific examples and hands-on instruction. This class is for web development staff and professionals working at nonprofit agencies or web design firms. A working knowledge of HTML and CSS is required. This is an advanced level class that involves programming and coding.
Instructor: Tiffany Kuchta, Allegheny Graphics Web Development, LLC
Fee: $125 ($115 if paid by April 22)
Location: Bayer Center, 425 Sixth Avenue, Suite 2610
Register by calling 412-397-6000 or online at http://www.rmu.edu/bcnmregistration.