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Does your museum’s website exclude people with disabilities? Maybe you’re familiar with the term “web accessibility,” but you’re not sure if your website is compliant. Embracing accessibility standards on your website will not only help your organization be more inclusive, but can also help grow your patron and donor base.
Join Katelyn Gerber and Rachel Kribbs from FORM to review basic terminology, tips, and resources to provide you with the tools needed to make your digital communication channels more inclusive right away.
About our speakers:
Katelyn Gerber is the Director of Operations at FORM. A rare combination of mathematician, athlete, and artist, she holds a master’s degree in accountancy, runs marathons for fun, and plays the heck out of Chopin’s Revolutionary Étude for piano. When Katelyn's not managing our operations, she enjoys walking her dog, reading tiny dictionaries, and making lemon macaroons.
Rachel Kribbs is an Account Executive at FORM. She became a master of the bassoon because of her distaste for saxophones, and eventually performed Verdi’s Requiem for a PBS documentary in Prague. When she's not connecting with FORM clients, she sometimes sews eyeless puppets, prays to St. Anthony for her lost Roku remote, and plays drums to Radiohead. She’s a big fan of public media, minimalism, and melancholia.
When: Thursday, June 23, 2022, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Where: Online – complete webinar login details will be sent to participants after registering
Cost: $10 – OMA Members; $15 Non-members
Registration deadline: June 21, 2022
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