As a developer, you share the responsibility to ensure that everyone can experience the website you developed as it is intended. To make sure this is the case, you should always create your projects using accessible code.
Just think about the following; Is it possible for people to navigate through a website, that you’ve developed, by making use of a keyboard? And are those forms you developed really readable and understandable by everyone? If not, no worries. We can teach you!
In this course you’ll learn how to make an impact for all those users by adjusting what code you write and the way you write that code. Ready to start creating accessible websites? Then this course accessible code is a perfect fit for you!
Who is it for?
For web developers:
Before you start, you don’t have to know anything about web accessibility. Although, for a better and broader understanding of accessibility overall, we advise you to follow our basic accessibility course first.
For accessibility specialists:
This course is useful if you want to learn more about how to review a web project for accessibility issues and have a conversation with your clients. Finishing “Accessible Code” grants you 5 Continuing Accessibility Education Credits (CAECs) for maintaining your IAAP certification.