Would you like to design digital learning experiences that are more accessible and inclusive, but you're not sure where to start?
Even if we’re aware of the importance of accessibility in learning, often the grind and deadlines of the design process distracts us from maintaining the focus on developing experiences that are inclusive, universal, and accessible for all.
You may have heard general guidelines, such as including closed captions and using good color contrast, but there's more to it than that.
Hollie Miller has been working as an instructional designer in the tech space for a while now and is passionate about accessibility and useful, inclusive design.
In this Q&A session, Hollie gives us actionable tips to start designing more inclusive learning experiences immediately, and her perspective will help you for years to come.