How to create accessible native mobile apps
In this course you will learn how to apply the existing guidelines and realise the benefits of apps. We cover the basics required to create accessible interfaces and how to work with testing and assistive technologies.
Who’s it for?
The course is aimed at people who work with apps and want to learn more about how to think about accessibility and meet legal requirements in the public sector. Participants should have access to their own smartphone, iOS or Android, and preferably an external keyboard.
About the training
We go through what distinguishes apps and web from an accessibility perspective. How to match W3C's WCAG 2.1 guidelines when working with apps, providing practical examples and useful tips on how to test apps. We also go through navigation, logical structure and basic accessibility rules.
This course is an in-depth course on the subject. To get the most out of this course, we recommend that you first take the Introduction to Accessibility course.
- How do web and apps differ when it comes to accessibility?
- How to interpret WCAG 2.1 when working with apps
- How to test apps
- Screen readers on iOS and Android
- Best practices for the user interface
- Support when developing iOS or Android
- Funka's recommendations
Course duration: 51 minutes and 12 seconds.
Terms and conditions when buying a course from Funka
On-demand: How to create accessible native mobile apps
The training is available whenever and wherever you want, divided into short chapters. You decide your own pace of study and have unlimited personal access for 6 months from your order.
Price: 240 EUR