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Webinar: Preparing for Ontario's Upcoming Web Accessibility Requirements (AODA)
Are you compliant with the current web accessibility requirements in Ontario? How are you preparing to meet the WCAG 2.0 Level AA requirements for all web content as well as internet and intranet websites, that will take effect on January 1, 2021?

Our subject matter experts provide you with the knowledge and tools needed in order to become compliant with Ontario’s upcoming web accessibility requirements (AODA). Build your accessibility road map and establish organizational web accessibility standards 

Our webinar “Preparing for Ontario’s Upcoming Web Accessibility Requirements (AODA)”, hosted alongside our partner, Siteimprove, gives you tactics for becoming compliant with the AODA web accessibility guidelines. Let us help your business improve revenue, customer engagement, and user experience for people with varying abilities, by implementing a digital accessibility roadmap and establishing web accessibility standards within your organization.  

At the end of the session, attendees will have a better understanding of:

  • What is web accessibility 
  • What specific changes need to be made to your current design 
  • Challenges and myths surrounding web accessibility within organizations 
  • Building your accessibility roadmap with user experience in mind  
  • Web accessibility tips to get started

Our subject matter experts provide you with the knowledge that you need to become compliant with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and it's web accessibility requirements while empowering your organization to create a culture that is inclusive to all customers and employees.

Build your web accessibility roadmap now. 

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Are you prepared for upcoming accessibility legislation changes?

Our upcoming webinar hosted by OPIN & Siteimprove is fast approaching! Subject matter experts will provide you with the tools that you need to ensure your organization is compliant with Ontario's upcoming AODA web accessibility requirements.