Tweakshop & Hub Hang – 5 Things You Should Know About Web Accessibity
So you have your marketing plan set, your campaign ready but have you assured your design is accessible to everyone?
Join us on a workshop on designing for accessibility! Web accessibility refers to building digital content that can be used by a wide range of people, including individuals with visual, motor, auditory or speech impairment. As designers, we have the power and responsibility to make sure that everyone has access to what we create regardless of ability, context, or situation. I will walk you through a few tips that are easy to implement on your website.
Osamu Wakabayashi has over ten years of web design/digital marketing business working exclusively for the nonprofit industry. He holds over 30 seminars annually and helped 50+ nonprofit organizations, and runs the Ottawa UI/UX Meetup group with over 2,000 members and Web for Nonprofit Meetup group with 200 professionals working for the nonprofit sector.
What’s a Tweakshop & Hub Hang? We’ve combined a Hubber favourite, our weekly 15-minute Tweakshops, with a brand-new virtual program, the Hub Hang!
11:00-11:15 – Tweakshop: Learn from Hubbers about small tweaks and non-essential life skills that can help you lead a richer and more fulfilled life.
11:15-12:00 – Hub Hang: Stick around for informal conversation with fellow Hubbers & friends. Use this time to catch up, share your remote-working tips and tricks, and update us all on the books, podcasts and shows you can finally binge shame-free. Come and go as you please – no pressure to stick around for the entire hang!
* A link to register via Zoom will be provided once you sign up on Eventbrite!*
Free tickets – Available to Members and anyone for whom cost is a barrier to attending.
We have removed our ‘Helping Hand Donation’ ticketing option and offer the following suggestions should you wish to donate, instead, to an organization working to support anti-racism in Canada: