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Inclusive Design Training for Media Professionals: 2-Day AODA – Nov 26 & 27

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Humber College

19 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive

Lakeshore Campus, Room L3002/L3005

Toronto, ON M8V 4B6

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Learn to Build Inclusive Websites as Part of Your Daily Workflow

Are you currently working in the area of web development and content creation? Do you fully understand the requirements surrounding the upcoming Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act? Employers are increasingly seeking inclusion and innovation in today’s global digital skills.

This 2-day workshop delivered through Humber College’s School of Media Studies, will take you through the guidelines and best practices for inclusive design in web and mobile design and development. Our “hands on” approach will prepare you to step back into your workplace with the essential skills needed to be confident in the realm of inclusive and accessible design.

Don’t wait to learn this essential skill. Complete this certificate, learn the tools and best practices of inclusive design and AODA compliance. Be prepared. Be a leader in your organization, an AODA expert, an early adopter of inclusive design, so you, and your company, are ahead of the curve.


What will you learn?

Essential AODA skills that employers are looking for in Designers and Content Creators

How to expand your website reach by designing in an inclusive, universal manner that complies with all AODA standards

To develop skills and tools needed to incorporate inclusive design best practices into your daily workflow

To thoroughly understand AODA guidelines, thereby gaining the confidence that the work you produce is inclusive


Who should take this course?

Digital professionals and content creators
Web and mobile design developers
Quality assurance testers
Digital agency managers and executives


What is the Classroom Experience like?

2-day intensive delivery
Tutorials, case analysis, applied activities
Small class sizes
Experienced faculty-led instruction


DAY 1

Module One: Overview of Inclusive Design and AODA Standards

  • AODA & WCAG 2.0 Introduction & Overview
  • Customer Service Standards & Alternative Formats
  • Accessible PDFs & Presentations

Module Two: Digital Design Best Practices

  • Inclusive Design Guidelines
  • Content Structure Best Practices
  • Plain Language, Image Description & Visual Hierarchy

DAY 2

Module Three: Web Development Best Practices

  • WCAG 2.0 Core Elements
  • ARIA Guidelines & WGAG 2.1 Updates
  • Overview of available 3rd party resources

Module Four: Quality Assurance Best Practices

  • Compatibility with assistive devices
  • Usability testing pitfalls
  • Accessibility testing integration


Presenter: Jennie Grimard

Jennie Grimard

Jennie Grimard is as seasoned graphic design professor in the School of Media Studies at Humber College. In addition to teaching, she also leads a small digital agency supporting small to medium size businesses. As an educator and a working designer, accessible and inclusive design are an integral part of her workflow.

Over the past year, she has worked as lead designer and project manager in the development of “Making Accessible Media” – a fully accessible, on-line course with 6 modules focused on creating accessible broadcast media. She was invited to present at the World Online Learning Conference and will be presenting at the upcoming Design Educators Conference hosted by the RGD in 2018. She is an active member of Humber’s AODA Committee and an Affiliate Member of the Association of Registered Graphic Designers (RGD).


What you will walk away with:

  • A better understanding of the law and compliance reporting requirements of Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).
  • Best practices for web designers and developers.
  • Accessibility compliance checklists.
  • Curated lists of practical tools.
  • Digital copies of all workshop materials for reference and - as a special resource - an Inclusive Language Guide.
  • A chance to network with other professionals.

Complimentary beverage and lunch.


Group Registration:

For multiple registrations within an organization, please contact Susan.Roberton@humber.ca

FAQs

What can I bring into the event?

Laptop with Microsoft Office and Adobe Acrobat DC installed is recommended for the hands on aspect of this workshop.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

cesmsit@humber.ca | 416.675.6622 ext.4508


What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

TTC: https://humber.ca/contact-us/public-transit/

Parking and Floor plan maps: https://humber.ca/contact-us/maps/

What's the refund policy?

Attendees can receive refunds up to 7 days before the workshop start date.

If we cancel this workshop, you will receive a full refund.

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Humber College

19 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive

Lakeshore Campus, Room L3002/L3005

Toronto, ON M8V 4B6

Canada

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Refund Policy

Refunds up to 7 days before event

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