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Give leadership the information that connects to action. Join UsableNet and a special guest for a new, free webinar to prepare your program for 2023!

Accessibility Reports & Setting Targets for your Program

Recorded December 7
12 pm ET

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As we prepare for 2023, we're ending the year with webinar that addresses a critical component for any accessibility program, Accessibility Reports and how to set targets 

Our Director, Accessibility Operations hosts our featured presenter, Charlie Triplett,  a leader with 20 years of UX design and UI engineering experience. Charlie joins us to speak on a chapter from his book, The Book on Accessibility, a series of of guides for implementing a digital accessibility compliance program

Policies can’t be enforced by leadership without measurable target reports. When building your accessibility program, you'll want to give leadership the tools they need to enforce action. Reports should be thought of as tools to help communicate results. 

This webinar will cover how to: 

  • Assemble 4 key sources of data sources you need to build a report
  • Learn how to convert that data into actionable targets
  • Ways to use the natural cadence of release cycles to set targets 


Charlie Triplett, Sr. Accessibility Technical Product Manager at T-Mobile

Charlie Triplett is a leader with 20 years of UX design and UI engineering experience who is now focused on accessibility consulting and coaching. Charlie brings over diverse experience: agency, educational institution, fast paced growth tech and large mature enterprise.

Charlie invented MagentaA11y, a tool for building testing criteria and wrote The Book on Accessibility, your guide to building a compliance program.

Jeff Adams, Director, Accessibility Operations at UsableNet

As Director of Accessibility Operations, Jeff works with UsableNet clients to ensure success in their digital accessibility efforts. He is a Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies (CPACC) by the International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP). 

Jeff has worked at UsableNet for more than ten years and has helped hundreds of clients by advising them on best practices in website accessibility while also optimizing for their specific needs. His experience spans broad projects, such as performing processes analysis for clients, training on UsableNet tools, and recommending products and services to fill client needs.