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Visual Content and Best Practice

In this week’s DigiKnow blog, we look at visual content, accessibility and best practice. Visual content can be used in digital documents, slides, PDFs, etc., on the Internet or in social media posts. What is visual content? It’s anything that conveys information to your audience that isn’t in the form Read more…

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Pecha Kucha: what is is?

This week, DigiKnow wanted to demonstrate a real-life example of alternative slide presentation. The Pecha Kucha. This is a style of presentation developed by Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham. The concept is to maximize the exchange of concepts in a short space of time. The Pecha Kucha name originates from Read more…

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MS Word Accessibility – Tables

Last week, DigiKnow addressed some accessibility best practices when using MS Word. Not only did it introduce why document structure (aka navigation) and use of styles is important in MS Word documents, it also highlighted that visual data (pictures, charts, etc.) cannot necessarily be viewed by people living with visual Read more…

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MS Word Accessibility

If you missed our introduction to Accessibility for digital content, you can read it here: Accessibility. Firstly, consider why you are using MS Word. Assignments or brand guidelines may specify the formatting (i.e., font, size, line spacing, etc.) to be used. Toward the end of last week’s blog, there were Read more…