In this hands-on workshop we cover in-depth how to make accessible content in InDesign and how to import those documents into Acrobat Professional to make an accessible PDF. We cover the core InDesign concepts of text formatting, graphics and working with navigational and digital device reflow features to include all users who require an accessible PDF.
This hands-on training course addresses the best practices for designing in an abstract format while at the same time creating linear accessible content.
“Accessibility Services Canada’s workshop “Accessible InDesign Workshop” was fantastic. The facilitator’s training style was very enjoyable, giving practical exercises and useful tricks that will help us achieve accessibility on a variety of documents. I will strongly recommend this workshop to graphic designers and other creative minds who are searching for better ways to make accessible documents and visual communications.”
By completing this workshop, participants will:
Participants will be given a handout with reference to the content covered including step-by-step procedures.
“This workshop made me realize how little I know about InDesign!”
Who should attend this webinar
Anyone who has intermediate to advanced experience creating and editing content in InDesign. Graphic Designers, Art Directors, Creative Studio Managers, Communication or Accessibility Coordinators, Website Content Managers and Administrative Staff using InDesign.
It is recommended to have some basic knowledge of using and creating documents with InDesign and is comfortable using Acrobat professional.
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