Content accessibility in Drupal
It’s important that content meets accessibility standards, however many people don't know what guidelines to follow and aren’t aware of Drupal’s content accessibility tools. A few simple tips will help anyone writing content meet accessibility standards (WCAG) and ensure content is accessible for everyone.
This session will outline content accessibility best practices including page titles, text links, headings, and making content easy to understand. We’ll then go on to look at Drupal tools and modules, such as editoria11y and SiteImprove, that you can use to improve your site’s accessibility.
Audience: Content Editors, Site Builders
Bio - Phillipa Martin: Phillipa has over 25 years’ experience as a corporate writer and editor, with a specialisation in online writing. She’s written blogs, website content, brochures, articles for corporate magazines, video scripts, training scripts, and multimedia displays. Phillipa also has extensive experience as a speaker and trainer, running courses in online writing, corporate writing, general ‘good’ writing, and creative writing. She’s a published author and holds a Doctor of Philosophy in creative writing.
Bio - Danielle Sheffler:
Danielle has over 15 years of consulting experience specialising in organisational transformation and modernising and implementing complex enterprise digital solutions. She has led teams in the delivery of digital strategy, content management, user-centred design and 508/accessibility solutions. She is a Product Manager and Business Development Lead at Salsa Digital, formerly in the role of Accessibility Practice Lead. Danielle has also worked at Booz Allen Hamilton as a Deputy Program Lead/Capture Lead, Acquia as a Sr. Program Manager and at Level Access as a Manager of Accessibility Consulting.
Danielle is trained in JAWS and VoiceOver to perform accessibility testing on websites for 508/WCAG compliance, and has a proven track record of IT strategy, digital strategy, best practice Agile delivery and system design and implementation. Throughout her career, she has created accessibility practices from the ground up at several different organisations.