Howard Kramer

 

 


 

Mr. Kramer is a RESNA certified Assistive Technology Practitioner (ATP) and has worked in the field of assistive technology and accessible media in a university environment for more than 15 years.

He is founder and coordinator of the annual Accessing Higher Ground Conference: Accessible Media, Web & Technology. Mr. Kramer is the instructor for a three-credit class at the University of Colorado at Boulder on universal design called Universal Design for Digital Media: Where Accessibility & Usability Meet. He is the Co-PI for the grant project: Promoting the Integration of Universal Design into University Curricula (UDUC), which works to increase UD related content in university courses.




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Sep 22nd 2014

Many web and media designers believe that the design process begins and ends with information architecture and visual design. Although these elements are important, other factors are equally if not more crucial for the design of successful websites and other digital media. This course will examine the standards and methods for designing digital material, primarily websites, that are not only accessible for persons with disabilities—a particularly important requirement for the websites of public entities—but also effective and usable for all users and across platforms.

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