When the COVID started in 2020, most businesses, schools, and events switched to online. It increased the demand for remote platforms that allow you to meet people via the video, voice, and text.
Technology and accessibility needs change. Some platforms are more accessible than others. New platforms emerge. Some platforms have considered accessibility from the start while others don’t think about it until someone brings it up.
The following is the list of platforms with links to their accessibility information:
Just using a platform is not enough to make your event accessible. Some platforms have certain accessibility features that others lack. Also, there are many moving parts to consider in order to make an event accessible – online, in person, or hybrid.
It’s best to work with a consultant to help you coordinate accessibility efforts and ensure optimal experience of your disabled attendees.
Do you need advice on how to make your event accessible? Contact me.