InDesign Accessibility Techniques

0.5 Days | Price: $349

This advanced course is appropriate for experienced InDesign users who would like to learn techniques to ensure InDesign documents are universally accessible before the document is converted to a PDF file. Learn how to apply accessibility techniques within InDesign to create documents which require minimal remediation once converted to PDF. In this course, lessons 1 & 2 will be covered in depth, whereas, lesson 3 will be a quick overview of how to fix small accessibility issues in a PDF. (For more in depth training on PDF remediation, enroll in the 4-hour Making Acrobat PDF's accessible and compliant course).
1 – Accessibility Overview
  • What does Accessibility Mean?
  • Review compliance guideline websites
  • Best Practices
  • Errors as opposed to warnings
  • File names, styles and formatting
2 – InDesign and Accessibility
  • Setting up the InDesign accessibility workspace
  • Creating styles with accessibility in mind
  • Adding tags and mapping styles to tags
  • Reading order and reading order tools
  • Using the Articles panel
  • Adding image alt tags
  • Best Practices
  • Applying anchors
  • Threading text
  • Adding bookmarks
  • Adding metadata
  • PDF export options
3 – Acrobat Accessibility
  • Running an Accessibility Report in Acrobat
  • Understanding the report
  • Quick fixes
  • NOTE: Lesson 3 will be a quick overview of how to fix small accessibility issues in a PDF. For more in depth training on PDF remediation, enroll in the 4-hour Making Acrobat PDF’s accessible and compliant course.
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Aug 29, 2024 1:00PM

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