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Introduction to Accessible Web Development

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In this 2-hour project, you will learn the basics of accessible web development while building a newsletter signup page.

Specifically, you will learn how assistive technology interprets our web code, how to apply semantic HTML in order to write more meaningful interfaces, methods for coupling visual styles to the accessibility properties of a component, and creating a custom accessible component from scratch using WAI-ARIA.

Note: This course works best for learners who are based in the North America region. We’re currently working on providing the same experience in other regions.


  • Project Overview
    • After completing this 2-hour long project, learners will be have created an accessible newsletter page by the use of semantic HTML elements, managing page focus, writing accessibility-first CSS, and creating a custom accessible component with ARIA.

      This project will benefit developers wanting to learn more about creating inclusive interfaces or who want to get closer to creating products that meet accessibility compliance.

Taught by

Dylan Sheffer


4.8 rating at Coursera based on 34 ratings

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