This week’s We-Learn Wednesday resources: PDF accessibility pitfalls, remote team social connections, picking your best-fitting career, free customizable illustrations, cognitive biases explained, and a free color accessibility tool.
Hey gang! You know what today is…
It’s Wednesday! I’m here to bust out all the weekly goodies! I’ve got some great ones this week, if I do say so myself!
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Did you know that many PDFs have accessibility issues? Many PDFs are created automatically or on demand using programs that convert HTML and data to PDF, but most of these machine-generated PDFs are inaccessible.
In this webinar, the International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP) will review the pitfalls of machine-generated PDF formats, explain the pitfalls of some conversion methods, and offer some accessible solutions.
Working on remote teams has a lot of benefits: no work commute, no money spent on vending machines, no need to get dressed from the waist down! One of the downfalls is that without proper planning, it is easy to feel isolated and alone on a distributed team. Signal V. Noise provides 7 ways to build social interactions on a remote team!
Bonus points: this is quite possible one of the cleanest website designs I have ever seen. I love it!
I am not exaggerating when I say that this is, quite possibly, one of the coolest and most thorough writeups I have ever seen on picking your career! Wait But Why offers a super helpful framework for better understanding how to find a career that suits your needs.
You’re designing your next eLearning project. You want illustrations that are professional, and not too cartoony, and that also fit with your design. We’ve all been there! Enter Undraw! The illustrations are professional and can be easily adapted to your needs, by including a specific hex color so that it aligns with your design!
Practical Psychology’s video on explaining 12 cognitive biases presents them so you can easily understand to help make better decision in your life. Cognitive biases are flaws in logical thinking that clear the path to bad decisions, so learning about these ideas can reduce errors in your thought process, leading to a more successful life.
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