Join Us for a Digital Accessibility Training

Join Us for a Digital Accessibility Training

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Leigh Anderson
Thought byLeigh Anderson
Senior Marketing Communications Specialist
December 05, 2017

Is your organization at risk of being sued for poor digital accessibility? If you’re not sure, or if you’re worried you aren’t doing enough to make your site accessible to everyone, join us for a webinar: Accessibility Audit Strategies to Ensure Continuous Compliance.

Even if you think you’re digital accessibility compliant, we strongly recommend that you contract an organization to inspect your site and systems. Web accessibility is an area of legal liability: in 2017, the first federal trial on web accessibility found grocery chain Winn-Dixie’s in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). An accessibility audit can identify areas in which your website needs improvement, and can help protect your organization from expensive litigation.

If you’re ready to learn, join us for the Accessibility Audit Webinar on Wednesday, December 13, 2017 at 3 PM. We’ll be sharing our experiences helping clients audit their accessibility levels, prepare for increased performance and create systems that will help ensure continued access.
This is the third training in a series about how to audit your site to drive business results. For more upcoming trainings, see our Drupal Training page, or to learn about audits, download our new whitepaper: Is Your Site Performing? 5 Techniques for Auditing Digital Health.

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Training

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