Accessible Video Calls

Accessible meetings are effective meetings. Whether you’re catching up with a friend or discussing the latest project at work, accessibility ensures that everyone can fully engage and participate.

Funded by the King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks, Wastewater Treatment Division and the Coal Creek Sewer Upgrade Project.

Resources on Digital Accessibility

AccessThat: Digital Accessibility Basics

Creating Accessible Videos: A Brief Guide

Video: Error 404: Accessibility Not Found

Blog post: How to Make Your Virtual Meetings and Events Accessible to the Disability Community

Blog post: Why Describe? Audio Describing Your Video Content Makes a World of Difference.

Blog post: Why Aren’t More Disabled People Online?


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