Earlier this year, I received my certificate of completion for Deque University’s Accessibility Fundamentals – Disabilities, Guidelines, and Laws.
As part of my goal to improve my WordPress skills, I’m refreshing my site back to the basics and coding them as appropriate with accessibility in mind from the ground up.
Certificate of Completion
There’s a mantra that’s often repeated over and over. Show, don’t tell.
With that mantra in mind, I’m displaying my certificate here.
At the moment, I’m undecided whether to A) include a link to the PDF or B) to display the certificate as an image while linking it to the attachment page where I can add more details to it for screen reader purposes.
For the time being, until I get further feedback, I will display the certificate as an image and link it to the attachment page.
What this certificate covers?
This certificate covers the first of the four accessibility fundamental courses.
- Accessibility Fundamentals – Disabilities, Guidelines, and Laws
- Designing an Accessible User Experience
- Basic Web and Document Accessibility for Content Contributors
- Section 508: Fundamentals of the Law and Technical Standards.
I will be posting additional certificates here as I continue the work on this site. In the meantime, for those of you who have a better insight, I would like to welcome you to comment below on whether I should link to the PDF in the post or provide details on the attachment page.
The reason I ask is that your reading time is precious to me. Generally, certificates do not provide a lot of information but I do understand the desire to know everything no matter how small the details are.
Thank you for your time and support.