Accessibility: How to Make Your Website Usable For Everyone

Laptop with images of audio waves, person in wheel chair, eye representing impaired vision and varying text sizes. All to represent design aspects to take into account when building an accessible website.

You can have the most beautiful website, but if it’s not accessible for all visitors it’s not doing its job! Join us for a concise yet comprehensive presentation followed by an engaging open Q&A session. Join Jennie Martin, Firespring’s Front-End Development Manager and Accessibility Specialist, as we delve into the core principles of accessibility, exploring real-world examples of disabilities and situational challenges users face. From understanding WCAG standards to addressing specific populations, we’ll equip you with actionable insights to create truly accessible websites.

You’ll discover:

  • Top four reasons why accessibility is a necessity and a game-changer for your digital presence.
  • Why nonprofits play a crucial role in championing accessibility.
  • What simple steps you can take to make a profound impact.
  • Gain Insights into tools and technologies used by individuals with disabilities to navigate the web. 

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to make your website more inclusive and connect with a diverse audience.

Immediately following the presentation, Firespring’s Director of Nonprofit Solutions, Kiersten Hill will lead the live Q & A to answer your most burning questions related to website accessibility. Sign up today to revolutionize your digital accessibility strategy!

 

Tuesday, July 2, 2024 

2:00 pm CT | 3:00 pm ET

About the presenter

Kiersten Hill

Kiersten Hill

Director of Nonprofit Solutions

Kiersten Hill, is a Nebraska-native born and raised in North Platte. She graduated from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. With almost two decades in nonprofit management and fundraising, she has raised over $20 million for Nebraska nonprofit organizations and worked to better train and equip nonprofit leaders and boards of directors.

Nebraska's First Certified B Corporation