Accessibility in Visual Design

Diagram of two buttons, the left one with an acceptable contrast ratio of 5.1 to 1, the right one with an unacceptable contrast ratio of 3.11 to 1.

Length: 60 min.

Suggested For: All Audiences, Designers, Program & Project Leaders

An introduction for visual designers on how to factor accessibility into visual designs, to engage users of varying sensory abilities. Includes discussion and examples related to topics like use of color, contrast, typography, label placement, and iconography. Includes hands-on activities with tools and onsite resources to illustrate good and bad examples of accessible design.