Seattle, WA | Ingeniux Corporation, a leading provider of web content management and collaboration software, will present at the 2017 eduWeb Digital Summit in Boston, MA August 7-10, 2017.
Ingeniux offers a suite of digital solutions aimed at web management for Higher Education, including intelligent web content management software, intranet and collaboration tools, and an enrollment management portal called Just Admitted.
At the conference, Ingeniux will sponsor the Web/Mobile Design and Strategy Track, and will present a session on web accessibility and compliance. In the presentation, Eric Hodgson will guide attendees through best practices for achieving a fully accessible web experience. He will also explore ways to develop a web accessibility strategy that will keep organizations fully accessible to all users, regardless of disability, today and in the future. Learn more about Ingeniux’s 2017 eduWeb presentation below.
Eric Hodgson is a Senior Business Analyst at Ingeniux at expert in higher education web strategy. Learn more about Eric and his session at eduWeb 2017 below.
Move to Step 2: Understanding Accessibility Beyond Meeting Compliance
Eric Hodgson, Senior Business Analyst, Ingeniux
Web/Mobile Design and Strategy Track
Monday, August 7
In higher education, we strive to provide a quality experience for all students, faculty, and staff. Recently, many institutions have needed to focus on making their web presence accessible, whether that be Section 508 or WCAG. Now that many of us have identified ways to meet compliance, it is time to get back to the purpose of accessibility: to provide an equal user experience to all site visitors regardless of disability. Beyond alt text and form labeling, how do I look at my site through the lens of disabled site visitors? For instance, can a person with a strong visual impairment move easily through your Request Information form? Can a user with a cognitive disability navigate your course catalog? During this session, we will cover disabilities that you should be considering, philosophies and business processes that need to be reviewed, key actions on your site, and usability benefits for all.
Ingeniux in Higher Education
Ingeniux currently serves over 150 colleges and universities. Ingeniux CMS and Ingeniux Cartella provide an end-to-end solution for managing content, community, and collaboration for the higher education web. Ingeniux also provides application modules that address the needs of the e-campus web, with solutions for news, event calendars, course catalogs, faculty and student portfolios, governance, alumni communities, and admission communities.
Ingeniux technology empowers organizations to manage world-class websites and vibrant online communities across web, mobile, and tablet platforms. Ingeniux software is available as a hosted service (SaaS) or an on-premise application. Ingeniux delivers unparalleled service and support to customers worldwide. For more information, visit www.ingeniux.com