Web Accessibility & Usability Training Course in London

Course Price: £400
Course Type: Classroom Based, instructor-led and Hands-on
Location: Kings Cross, London

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Web Accessibility & Usability Course overview

If you want to learn Web Accessibility & Usability using a variety of techniques and tools then our Web Accessibility & Usability course is exactly what you need.

The courses content will help delegates understand the basis for Web Accessibility & Usability so that they can competently navigate independently through different software. You will learn essential components of Web Accessibility & Usability.

Our Web Accessibility & Usability course will allow you to interact with the tutor on a one-to one basis and receive tailored help to suit your learning needs.Our tutors have had years of industry practice and can offer course times to suit your busy schedule, whether that be in the evening or on weekends.

This short Web Accessibility & Usability course in London is hands-on, instructor-led and classroom based in London. This training can be taken as a part-time evening course or even on the weekends.

Prerequisites for our Web Accessibility & Usability course


What will I learn?

RT @MridulBagla: [Day 22]: :- Completed the Applied Accessibility section in Responsive Web Design on the @freeCodeCamp website. #100Days…
RT @MridulBagla: [Day 22]: :- Completed the Applied Accessibility section in Responsive Web Design on the @freeCodeCamp website. #100Days…
RT @justmarkup: Day 17: <tfoot> Defines a set of rows summarizing the columns of the table. ℹ️ Not the most interesting element, still ve…
RT @justmarkup: Day 17: <tfoot> Defines a set of rows summarizing the columns of the table. ℹ️ Not the most interesting element, still ve…
RT @justmarkup: Day 17: <tfoot> Defines a set of rows summarizing the columns of the table. ℹ️ Not the most interesting element, still ve…
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@GranttEnnis @HijaDe2Madre 2/ Also, try looking at web guidelines for accessibility - colours, fonts, etc. When the… https://t.co/Jq4W6DnfLG
RT @wallywookie: We really, REALLY need to re-think what "accessibility" means on a Web platform A persistent, big, red button to quickly…
RT @engineeringDrew: Creating an Infographic for my Web Accessibility class. It's been a while since I used photoshop so I'm running throug…
RT @engineeringDrew: Creating an Infographic for my Web Accessibility class. It's been a while since I used photoshop so I'm running throug…
Stephanie Warner Bros
It was challenging at a good level, we worked through real life scenarios and didn't just improve something but really enhanced it.
Robert United Nations
Very well presented course. There is a lot to learn, and there were some good handouts to practice from home.