Technology such as websites, social media, and electronic documents are often the first point of contact that prospective students, employees, and community members have with UCI. Internally, UCI students and employees rely on digital technologies to study and work. Accessibility of these technologies is vital and required by law. You can help increase accessibility using the resources below.
While a web developer makes a designer’s vision a reality, there are a number of guidelines related to accessibility that a designer can directly address—including creating style, determining placement, and working with color.
This course addresses creating accessible and instructional materials for the classroom including common content issues, increasing readability, and universal design for learning principals to maximize accessibility.
The UC Information Technology Accessibility Policy was approved and became effective August 27, 2013. The policy promotes and supports an accessible IT environment within the University of California system. By supporting IT accessibility, the University of California helps ensure that as broad a population as possible is able to access, benefit from, and contribute to its electronic programs and services.