Amanda Dyer’s Course Certificate: Accessibility: How to Design for All
The Course Certificate below verifies that Amanda Dyer has completed the course Accessibility: How to Design for All with a Top 10% Distinction.
- Proactively incorporate accessibility into design and development processes, so that products are meaningful to and usable by all, regardless of disabilities.
- Create designs that observe and exceed official accessibility standards, therefore improving their usability for all people.
- Design and optimize products so that people with visual, auditory, cognitive and mobility disabilities are able to use assistive technologies to navigate and operate them.
- Build an accessibility program and execute it across an organization to ensure that products remain usable by all.
About the Interaction Design Foundation
With 129,794 graduates, the Interaction Design Foundation is the biggest online design school globally. We were founded in 2002. Every member is awarded a Course Certificate (with its own unique permanent URL) once they complete a course with us.