3 Easy Steps Into Web Accessibility

+ 3 Common Mistakes

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Find out 3 easy steps into web accessibility that you can do today, 3 common mistakes and how accessibility can help your business!

About the Presenter

Colleen with one of her rescued dogs.Colleen Gratzer is an award-winning designer with almost 25 years of experience in branding, print, and web design and development. An accessibility specialist since 2016, she has provided InDesign accessibility training to the U.S. Department of the Interior, at the CreativePro InDesign + Accessibility Summit, appeared on several podcasts and given presentations about website accessibility.

Her consulting business, Gratzer Graphics, provides design and accessibility services to nonprofits, creative firms and developers. Through Creative Boost, she hosts the Design Domination podcast; educates designers and developers about freelancing issues, design and the importance of accessibility; and offers accessible branding and website accessibility courses and other resources.

She is a member of the IAAP, the International Association of Accessibility Professionals, and holds a verified certificate of achievement for introductory website accessibility from W3C, with plans to pursue additional certifications.

As Seen/Heard On

  • CreativePro logo.
  • U.S. Dept. of the Interior
  • WordPress Accessibility Day 2020 event.
  • WP Elevation.
  • Atarim Summit.
  • Able Tech.
  • Creatives Ignite 2020 event.
  • Main WP.
  • Agency Trailblazer podcast.
  • Design for Geeks presentation.
  • Smart Web Creators logo.
  • The SDM Show logo.
  • Logo Geek podcast.
  • Just Creative blog.
  • Freelancers Union blog.
  • This Design Life.
  • Nailing It! with Stephanie Campanella.

“I was skeptical because of all of the overpriced fluff content courses out there, but yours came highly recommended — and it was worth it. It will be a way to increase my value as a web developer/designer.

I can’t tell you how much the accessibility conversation has ended the design wars with clients. I’m still a newbie at it, but just understanding how it works has upped my game when it comes to asserting myself in my design decisions. And now they listen!”

Photo of Jessica.Jessica Jenkins

“I can’t say enough good things about Colleen’s accessibility training. Before I took this course, I already knew quite a bit about website accessibility best practices, and I was hoping to learn a few useful tidbits. By the end of Module 1, I had already added important information to my skillset that I was able to put into practice immediately.

The course was well organized, thorough but not overwhelming, and extremely informative. Everyone who builds websites should sign up for this training!”

Photo of Leslie.Leslie Surel

“Colleen knows accessibility. I wanted to make sure I was up with the latest knowledge, tips and tools. I could have spent hours pulling together my own information or I could use Colleen’s course as a great refresher and resource guide.

It was totally worth it on the time-saving alone. The resource material was an added bonus.”

Photo of Melanie.Melanie G Adcock