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Website Accessibility and Inclusive Design

Practical Tips to Make Your Website More Accessible


Did you know that 27% of Canadians have disabilities, some of which affect how they use the web? Discover what website accessibility means, why it matters, and how to ensure your site is accessible for a better user experience.

Join our webinar to learn the essentials of website accessibility with Mhairi Petrovic, founder of Out-Smarts Marketing, and Josie Breuls, Graphic Designer at Small Business BC. We’ll cover common errors, legal considerations, and basic web accessibility guidelines. Learn practical steps and tools to make your website more inclusive, with visual examples and an interactive exercise.


Accessibility Accommodations Provided

If you require accessibility accommodations for this particular webinar, please email us at [email protected] and we will respond to your email and provide options to support your request.

What Will I Learn?

  • Recognize common accessibility errors and understand how to correct them

  • Identify and utilize various tools to improve website accessibility

  • The moral and business case for better website accessibility

This session is delivered online via Zoom. A few tips to note:

  • Registration closes 2 hours before the session start time.
  • You will receive the Zoom link for the webinar twice: 24 hours before the start time and 1 hour before.
  • Missed the live session? No problem. All registrants will receive access to the recording for seven days after the live session.
Session Date & Time
July 30 at 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
  • Length: 1 hour
  • Language: English
  • Subject: Technology
  • Price: Free
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