Microsoft PowerPoint is an easy program to use and it can be a powerful tool. Whether your presentation needs visual cues, written cues or for the ability to share information beyond what the speaker is saying. But how do you make sure your PowerPoint presentations are accessible? Here are 5 tips to make sure that your PowerPoint presentations are accessible.
There are many free and paid automated tools available to help you identify accessibility issues in your websites, apps and digital channels. Automatic accessibility checking tools are useful to broadly identify problems and start developing a plan to fix them, and engaging human experts throughout this process is important to achieve the best result. Here’s our reasons why manual testing by accessibility professionals alongside automatic tools is necessary to ensure your digital products are as accessible as possible.
Since 2011, almost 300 people have graduated from Australia’s only university-accredited online accessibility course for web specialists and project managers, the Professional Certificate in Web Accessibility. Senior course lecturer Dr Scott Hollier is committed to training up as many as he can, to help build a more inclusive, more accessible web for people of all abilities.