Accessibility is an important and ever-changing, and complex topic. Artisan E-Learning, ELB Learning, and SweetRush are in the learning and development/e-learning business and need to create deliverables that meet certain accessibility specifications or standards. And yet, accessibility standards are evolving, and the varied deliverables we create often require tailored accessibility requirements. Therefore we, and our clients, need to agree on what accessibility specifications are appropriate for the custom deliverables we create.
To this end, Artisan E-Learning, ELB Learning, and SweetRush have come together to create these Guidelines on Accessibility, and, as a service to our industry, are sharing these Guidelines. You, your clients, or your end users may have different opinions on this complex topic; we are sharing ours.
Artisan E-Learning, ELB Learning, and SweetRush’s Guidelines are intended to be informative rather than directional in nature. These Guidelines do not, and are not intended to, represent legal advice.
These Guidelines constitute general information and suggestions relating to areas of the e-learning industry familiar to our practice and may not reflect current industry developments. We may update the Guidelines from time to time; however, we are under no contractual obligation to update such material and any of the material in the Guidelines. As such, the Guidelines may be out-of-date at any given time.
The Guidelines are provided without any guarantees, conditions, or warranties as to their accuracy, and the Guidelines are not intended to amount to advice on which reliance should be placed. These Guidelines do not constitute a legal opinion or advice and are provided for educational purposes only and do not replace the judgment of independent professionals. To the extent permissible under applicable law, we therefore disclaim all liability and responsibility arising from any reliance placed on the Guidelines by anyone who may be informed of any of its contents.