The spirit of open source is to democratize the web for everyone, but, according to the World Wide Web Consortium, one in five people in the United States have a disability. Multiply that globally, and you have a large community of people that may not be able to see your content and/or do business with you if your site is not built with accessibility in mind.

In this informative webinar, hear from the experts at digital agency Americaneagle.com, who will walk you through what it takes to make your site ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compliant, including what to consider and how to tackle plugins/resources to help you get there.

Experience Level: Beginner, intermediate

Duration: 1 hour, 5 minutes (including Q&A)

In this session, you’ll learn:

  • What website accessibility means
  • Why accessibility is important from a business perspective
  • Steps for tackling accessibility on your website; what to look for, and how to implement
  • How GDPR and privacy regulations impact accessibility
  • WordPress plugins, tools and other resources

Register now to watch the on-demand webinar

Our Expert Speakers:

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Nick Goodrum

Director of Front End Development

Americaneagle.com

@ngoodrum

 

Nick has been working inside the front end world of web development for over 8 years. During his time at Americaneagle.com, his efforts to improve code approaches and best practices paved the way to being a passionate  accessibility evangelist as well. 

 

image1-1Chris Wagoner

WordPress Project Manager

Americaneagle.com

@chrisjwagoner

                                       Chris has been building WordPress sites for over 10 years. From simple info sites to complicated business automation, he has a strong understanding of the inner workings of WordPress and how it can take your business to new levels. In his spare time he enjoys excessive amounts of coffee, building more websites, and learning about WordPress.