It's simple: your website must be compliant with the latest accessibility laws as of January 18, 2018.

Accessibility_Graphic.pngNo more excuses. No more, “it only applies to federal agencies”.  No more, “I’ll wait until the Department of Justice comes after me.” Just as you wouldn’t and couldn’t construct a new building for your agency without including wheelchair-accessible ramps and bathrooms, you must ensure your website is accessible.

If your agency’s website is part of your responsibility, people will look to you for answers, but don’t worry; Vision is here to help.

18 Minutes to Get You Ready for Jan. 18

As the only CMS vendor in the industry with an accessibility expert on staff, we’re conducting a free educational webinar series, “18 Minutes to Get You Ready for January 18, 2018”.

Each 18 minute session will provide you critical information to prepare your website for the deadline and the background you need to get your agency’s stakeholders on board with its importance.

Registration is limited, so reserve your seat today!

To ensure spots are available to government agencies, please register with your work email address instead of a Gmail, Hotmail or other private email address.

The topics

November 7, 2017: What

  • What is web accessibility – defining the issue and dispelling myths. Spoiler alert: the Americans with Disabilities Act has very, very little to do with it.
  • If you missed the first webinar session, you can view the recording.

November 14, 2017 at 11:00am PST: Why

  • Why is web accessibility important to your agency and your website visitors.  Spoiler alert: it’s not just about the blind.
  • Register for this session

November 30, 2017 at 11:00am PST: Who

  • Who in your agency is responsible for ensuring your digital platforms are accessible. Spoiler alert: it’s not just your website.

December 12, 2017 at 11:00am PST: How

  • How you can create a compliant website, including how to avoid the most common issues that create inaccessible content. Spoiler alert: it’s not just about alt tags on photos.