No Skill Required: Easy Accessibility Improvements Anyone Can Make
Alex Mastrianni: Welcome to the Member Engagement Show with Higher Logic, the podcast for association professionals looking to boost retention, gain new members, and deepen member involvement.
Heather McNair: Throughout our show, we'll bring on some experts, talk shop about engagement, and you'll walk away with strategies proven to transform your organization. I'm Heather McNair.
Alex Mastrianni: I'm Alex Mastrianni, and we're happy you're here. Hey, everyone. Welcome back to the show. I'm excited to bring today's episode to you because it's all about accessibility, a topic that we've been hearing a lot about in the market and from our customers, so hopefully, it's definitely timely for you as well. We're bringing Lauren Kocher, senior manager of community engagement at International Society for Technology in Education, today to share how she's made her community more accessible and to give you some tips as well. Lauren is talking all about a few changes that ISTE made that had a huge impact on the overall accessibility of their online community. She'll share how web accessibility creates a better experience for all members of your community and how you can make simple, but impactful changes to improve your site. No coding skills are required for this one. So take a listen and let us know what you think, as always, over on our Higher Logic community HUG or on the LinkedIn post about this episode.
We’re not web designers, but with just a few small changes we made a huge impact on the overall accessibility of our online community. Learn how web accessibility creates a better experience for all members of your community and how you can make simple, impactful changes to improve your site. No coding skill required. Lauren Kocher, Sr. Manager of Community Engagement at ISTE shares how she's made their community more accessible.