Join us on March 26 when Rosemary Dolman, the lead for web development at Northern Health, will talk about why creating an accessible and standards-compliant website is good for business.
Date: March 26, 2014
Where: Regional District of Fraser Fort George Boardroom (144 George St.) (Teleconference can be arranged; please request by emailing us.)
Cost: $20 for members; $25 for non-members
RSVP: by 12pm, Monday, March 24 by emailing email@example.com or on our Facebook event page.
About Rosemary’s presentation:
Future-proof your web presence: Why creating an accessible and standards-compliant website is good for business
- Web accessibility allows all your content to be available anytime, anywhere by all your visitors on any device. Itis the inclusive practice of making websites usable by people of all abilities and disabilities.
- Studies show that accessible websites have lower maintenance costs, better search results, and increased audience reach, among other benefits. Creating an accessible website also demonstrates corporate responsibility.
- In the United States, Australia and other countries there are laws which require websites to meet certain accessibility standards. These laws are gradually being introduced in Canada. Let’s make sure we are ready!
Rosemary is the Lead, Web Development at Northern Health in Prince George. Her start with all things web began in 2001 after leaving the College of New Caledonia to pursue a more creative and challenging career in Website Design. After completing her Associate Certificate in Web Technologies at BCIT she operated allegRo Design from 2003 until August of 2011 when she moved down the street to Northern Health. Rosemary is also an instructor in the BCIT School of Business Web Technologies Distance Education Program.