Do you launch online public engagements to extend the reach of your public consultation beyond those who can attend in-person meetings? If so, I’ sure that you are always looking for ways to make your online engagement accessible to as many people as possible.
This episode of Inside P2 focuses on six steps you can take to make your online public engagement more accessible:
- Design for mobile first
- Design for the social media generation
- Optimize for page speed
- Make it accessible
- Make it available in different languages
- Present information that is relevant to the visitor
You’ll hear about each of these steps in this episode, which includes a recording of a presentation I made on making your engagement more accessible at the 17th Conference of the International Observatory on Participatory Democracy.
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