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Designing for Accessibility

Tips, tricks for Universal Design, Design for All

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Giving Presentations

Giving a presentation? Make sure it is accessible to everyone in the audience with these tips:

  • Use large text that can be read from the middle to back of the room. (Visual)
  • Check the color contrast of the text to background colors. (Visual, Cognitive)
  • Always use a microphone. Even if you have a loud voice. Especially for questions from the audience. (Auditory, Cognitive)
  • Post a digital version so that people can revisit the presentation with their preferred tools. (Visual, Auditory, Cognitive)

Read more about how to make presentations more accessible.

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