Content and Digital Communications

"Its about providing a mixture of basic mandatory and awareness training and also empowering line managers with knowledge of the resources and a dedicated team to know where to go to."
Digital Accessibility Specialist


This workshop has been designed for communications professionals and those responsible for publishing documentation for wider audiences. We will focus on introducing accessibility requirements relevant to your roles, including text, colour and presentation of information. We will also cover considerations for different written and multimedia communication formats.


  • Website Managers 

  • Content Editors 

  • Communications Professionals 

  • Designers 

  • Project Managers

  • Website Developers


  • 4 hours (with short breaks)

Number of participants: 

  • Up to 12

Workshop Objective

Understand how to structure and publish content in line with web accessibility standards in order to provide highly accessible experiences, as content authors, editors and publishers.

In this workshop you will learn

  • How Assisted Technologies (AT) handle and present content to users

  • The importance of writing relevant text descriptions

  • To write for screen readers including: capitals, emphasis, dates, numbers, and acronyms.

  • To structure headings and paragraphs for short and longer writing formats

  • To improve the visual representation of your documents and webpages

  • To write alternative and supplementary text for images and multimedia

  • To provide helpful instructions to your team and organisation

  • The importance of colours and contrast on your content

  • To handle accessible audio and video in your content, including content used on social media

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About Invotra Consulting

Invotra is passionate about helping organisations to achieve a great experience for 100% of users. For over 5 years, Invotra has been solving communications and collaborations challenges for the public sector, currently supplying services to over 47% of UK civil servants as well as local authorities and ALBS.

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