Are there any certifications for accessibility?
Also, are there resources that help determine whether animations are used in an accessible way?
I love Sara Soueidan's video course: practical-accessibility.today
Thanks! I'll check it out :)
You mean certifications for your own qualifications, right? :)
For example Udacity offers a free Web Accessibility course by Google and there are also certifications for trainings by Deque University, for example.
Yes! I am working through a bootcamp right now, and there hasn't been a lot of information on accessibility beyond using semantic HTML. I am interested in pursuing accessibility, but wasn't sure if there was a recognized certification or further programming I could check out. Thanks for your response!
- the International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP) offer well-recognised certifications in accessibility! Let me know if you want to chat about them - I recently completed the CPACC (Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies) and I'm now preparing for the WAS (Web Accessibility Specialist).
Thanks for that info and the offer to chat :) I am signed up for today's workshop on accessibility, and will definitely reach out if I have questions.
Awesome! See you in the workshop 😄
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