Benefits of Digital Accessibility

  • 3 hours via Zoom
  • Laptop required
  • £230 + VAT (offer til end of July)
  • Max. 15 attendees

A short workshop to help you build the case for, and put inclusion and accessibility right into the heart of your digital products, understand what it takes to embed this across your organisation, and how to use the benefits of digital accessibility to meet your organisation’s business goals.

You can attend a public workshop, or we can deliver a bespoke workshop for you either on site or remotely.

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You will learn how to...

Create your own bespoke motivation for why your organisation should care about digital accessibility

  • what the many business benefits are that organisations and their clients can gain from thinking strategically about accessibility
  • which of these could help your organisation achieve its business goals
  • which stakeholders in your organisation you need to convince to move forwards in accessibility
  • how to convince them, and map out a course to reach those benefits

Who is it for?

Suitable for senior technology leaders and digital product owners wanting to know: how to assess the potential benefits of digital accessibility for their organisation and products, and how best to invest in the next steps of their accessibility journey to realise those benefits


To you

  • The chance to explore the benefits of accessibility in an friendly environment with other organisations going on the same journey
  • The opportunity to see case studies of how leaders in accessibility have motivated, driven and delivered accessibility across their organisations
  • The opportunity to speak with real accessibility experts about the best next steps for your accessibility journey

To your organisation

  • A more informed perspective on what your organisation has to gain from accessibility, whether you're B2B or B2C, creating customer-facing apps or staff-focusing tools
  • A great start in creating your organisation's Digital Accessibility Policy
  • A great start in creating a plan to achieve the benefits that you now realise are possible



  • There are no prerequisites for this course, other than a general knowledge of your organisation's or clients' digital production processes, and how businesses make decisions in what aspects of digital product creation to invest in


  • Laptop required for the Zoom

Meet one of our trainersAbout Jonathan

Jonathan is one of the world's top digital usability & accessibility thought leaders. He has over 18 years’ experience in identifying new directions and challenges in digital accessibility, finding best practice process and technology solutions, authoring international standards and presenting best practices to conference audiences across the world. He has just delivered the new International accessibility Standard ISO 30071-1, which is based on the British Accessibility Standards BS 8878 …

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