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Get Started in Website Accessibility on June 10

The Minnesota Access Alliance invites you to:
GETTING STARTED IN WEBSITE ACCESSIBILITY

Capitol letters MNAA in white overlap on a dark blue background

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Monday, June 10, 2019
3:30 to 5:00 PM
Walker Library,
Bde Maka Ska Meeting Room
2880 Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis

WeCo is a local firm of Web Accessibility Specialists and Testers who couple their professional expertise with disability life experience, helping clients create a digital presence that is accessible in ways that software can’t guide or measure.

Learn what digital accessibility means from the viewpoint of users living with sight, mobility, hearing and cognitive disabilities. WeCo’s website accessibility experts will provide simple steps to help you make your website/software accessible.

Target Audience: Cultural administrators, website developers
Schedule:
• 3:30-4:30 Presentation
• 4:30-5:00 Questions

Free, but advance registration is requested at
eventbrite

Accessibility: CART Captioning and light refreshments will be provided.
If you require ASL or additional accommodations, please contact Maren Levad at info@mnaccess.org, 651-259-3480.

The Minnesota Access Alliance (MNAA) was formed in 2016 by a group of cultural accessibility administrators whose informal mission is to “raise the bar for accessibility across the culture and arts sectors.” Join its Facebook group or call 651-539-2689. Organizations currently on the Steering Committee are the Minnesota State Arts Board, Minnesota Zoo, Bell Museum & Planetarium, Minnesota Historical Society, Minnesota Orchestra, VSA Minnesota, Guthrie Theater, Minneapolis Institute of Arts (Mia), Interact Center for Visual & Performing Arts, Great Lakes Aquarium (Duluth), Arts Access for All (Moorhead), Ordway Center for Performing Arts, and VSA Minnesota.

Comments (0) • Posted in Announcements, News, Workshops for Arts Organizations by Jon Skaalen on June 4, 2019.

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