Creating accessible infographic presentations is essential to ensure that everyone can understand and benefit from the information you’re sharing. Here are some tips to create accessible infographic presentations:
- Use alternative text: Provide alternative text descriptions for all images, charts, and graphs included in your infographic. Alternative text should accurately describe the content of the image and be concise.
- Use high contrast colors: Use high contrast colors between the background and text to ensure that the text is easy to read for people with visual impairments.
- Use accessible fonts: Use accessible fonts that are easy to read, and avoid using decorative or complex fonts. Sans-serif fonts like Arial or Helvetica are often a good choice.
- Use headings: Use headings to organize your content, and use a logical heading structure to help people who use screen readers navigate your content.
- Use clear language: Use clear and concise language to explain your ideas, and avoid using technical jargon or complex vocabulary.
- Use tables for data: Use tables to present data instead of charts or graphs, and make sure the table is properly formatted for screen readers.
- Provide a transcript: Provide a transcript of any audio content included in your infographic to ensure that people with hearing impairments can access the information.
- Test for accessibility: Test your infographic for accessibility using tools like the WebAIM WAVE tool or the Axe Accessibility browser extension.
By following these tips, you can create an infographic presentation that is accessible to everyone, regardless of their abilities or disabilities.