Free Online Seminar: Accessible Content Workflow with Adobe InDesign CS4 and Acrobat 9

TPG’s Charlie Pike in conjunction with Adobe is presenting a free online seminar. This seminar will concentrate on Accessible Content Workflow with Adobe InDesign CS4 and Adobe Acrobat 9.

Join us for this online seminar

  • Tuesday, October 20, 2009
  • 2:00 p.m. ET , 11:00 a.m. PT

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About the Seminar

The production of accessible digital documents and electronic books is increasingly important to large and small publishers. Adobe provides tools to help designers and publishers create and distribute electronic documents and books that are accessible to people with disabilities. This session will focus on best practices for the production of accessible PDF documents using Adobe InDesign CS4 as the authoring tool in conjunction with Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro. The presentation will provide an overview of an accessible content production workflow, discussing both the strengths and limitations of the tools and the techniques.

Sign up today and learn:

  • An overview of accessible electronic document design considerations
  • Best practice techniques for authoring accessible PDF files using Adobe InDesign CS4
  • Where to find more resources and information
  • and more…
Categories: Development

About Steve Faulkner

Steve is the Technical Director at TPGi. He joined TPGi in 2006 and was previously a Senior Web Accessibility Consultant at vision australia. He is the creator and lead developer of the Web Accessibility Toolbar accessibility testing tool. Steve is a member of several groups, including the W3C Web Platforms Working Group and the W3C ARIA Working Group.

Comments

peggy says:

Where is the pdf that you just posted with the information on setting up an InDesign tagged document?

Thanks,
Peggy

peggy says:

I missed the first 20 minutes of this seminar… where can I find the information that you covered in the first part of the lesson.

Thanks,
Peggy