Learn how Acrobat can support people with disabilities and how to make your PDF documents more accessible.
Having a more accessible website often means that the off-line documents that you provide are also accessible to the widest range of users. These may be Word, or PDF documents.
In this module you will learn about features in Acrobat; such as Reflow and colour contrast changes that can be made in PDFs as well as how to prepare them for screen reader users to navigate and interact with.
You will also learn how to prepare source materials in Word for export to PDF – as well as how to add text alternatives to images, build accessible forms and data tables, how to structure your PDF content and how to use built in accessibility checkers – all without having to write any code.
After this module you may be interested in:
- Introduction to Assistive Technology
- Understanding the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)
- How do screen readers work?
- Designing for Accessibility
- Accessible HTML and ARIA
- Introduction to iOS accessibility
- Introduction to Android accessibility
- QA Accessibility Testing
- Writing Accessibility User Stories
To book accessibility training call 01 961 0059 or international (+353) 1 961 0059.