Accessibility in Educational Design

When companies ask CSA Education to create online materials, we design them with accessibility for all learners in mind. We always consider different learning styles and physical abilities of students, making sure our clients’ programs leave no one out. 

Examples of accessibility: 

  • Color palette designed with good contrast between type and image that takes a color-blind person into account
  • Video that carries audio descriptions or closed-captioning to help sight- or hearing-impaired students
  • Layout that reads cleanly without a lot of distractions to help students who have trouble focusing stay engaged

With the prevalence of online learning using digital products, publishers and content creators can deliver a rich learning experience and can reach a broader range of students who may otherwise have struggled with concepts in static print. As your content creation partner, CSA helps to ensure you deliver materials that help students learn at their own pace and learn in ways that work best for them and allow them to thrive.

To learn more about the team at CSA Education, or how we approach accessibility challenges, please reach out to Ingrid at ibenson@csaedu.com.

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