The new requirements for websites, mobile applications and programme interfaces include participation in these media through accessibility. The training consists of two components: a theoretical part and the practical implementation of the Barrier-Free Information Technology Ordinance (BITV).
Enabling people with disabilities to participate in social and working life is both a moral and legal obligation. The possibilities of digitalisation facilitate the implementation of the human right to participation. The guidelines for implementing accessibility are specified in the BITV. The goal is successful inclusion by means of the principles of “Usability for All” and corresponding technical implementation in the user interface.
Duration: 2-day training with 8 teaching hours each in 4 working blocks.
Trainer: Peggy Reuter-Heinrich, Armin Reuter
This training shows the ways to correctly implement the BITV and how to succeed in creating good accessible IT solutions. The first step is to raise awareness of disabilities and barriers. The training also shows what everyone – designers, developers and decision-makers – can do to improve things for the benefit of users. The verifiable criteria of the BITV are demonstrated using the practical example of the barrier-free platform “familie-und-beruf.online”. As a bonus, a look into the concrete implementation within the code will be given. Participants will be enabled to lead their own IT projects towards barrier-free implementation according to BITV.
- Diversity and social participation
- Law and morality – guidelines for participation
- Technical specifications and guidelines
- Accessible media
- Empathy for people with disabilities and ways of support
- Knowledge of the individual types of disabilities, their consequences as well as possibilities of support through IT
- The BITV as an opportunity for IT companies: Qualification. Standardisation. Certification. Positioning.
- The Accessible Information Technology Ordinance: Basic knowledge of the principles of inclusive design. Understanding and correctly implementing the 50 testing criteria. Ways of testing towards certification
- Easy language: target group and benefits. The basic rules of plain language for layout, sentence structure, wording and choice of words.
The knowledge is built up on the basis of a concrete, jointly agreed practical example – preferably from your context. Your participants will take away a lot of know-how as well as real work results that can be continued.
- Room equipment with beamer or television
- To participate: paper, pens, whiteboard, flipchart
- Technology for participants: Laptop or PC for participation
- Software: Balsamiq or Adobe XD or MS PowerPoint
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