This course covers all aspects of creating accessible PDF forms, using Adobe InDesign and/or Acrobat Pro, from design and layout issues to tagging, scripting and testing. It is based on more than 10 years’ experience of accessible PDF form creation, including tagging and testing thousands of PDF-based exam papers.
Each delegate will receive a printed and bound course manual covering the entire course content (typically 100+ pages), including numerous links to essential free downloadable tools and other online resources, a WCAG 2.1 checklist and screen reader “cheat sheets”.
- Optimising layouts for accessibility and usability
- Creating accessible text fields, radio buttons, check boxes, dropdowns and buttons
- Using simple scripts to enhance accessibility and usability (optional)
- Tab order
- Standards compliance
- Testing with multiple assistive technologies
- Audience: anyone wishing to create accessible interactive PDF forms using InDesign and/or Acrobat Professional
- Participants: we recommend a maximum of 6
- Duration: variable according to clients’ requirements
- Prerequisites: none—although the course includes some basic scripting, no prior scripting knowledge is assumed or required
It was a long way to travel for a course [Canada to London] but well worth it.
Ted’s expert knowledge proved invaluable in providing us with an understanding of not only how to use the tools within Adobe Acrobat Professional to create accessible PDF forms, but more importantly the concepts behind accessibility and how screen readers work with such software. The style of the training was relaxed and we were able to ask questions throughout. This is an excellent training course, which we would highly recommend. Thank you Ted!