ICST 2024
Mon 27 - Fri 31 May 2024 Canada


Ensure your presentation is accessible to all attendees by following these key guidelines. Watch this video for an overview: Creating Accessible Presentations. Access more in-depth guidelines here and check out the comprehensive accessibility guidelines at W3C. Make your slides dyslexia-friendly by incorporating tips from this Dyslexia-Friendly Style Guide.

Ensuring Your Presentation is Accessible

As an accepted author, please prepare your presentation considering accessibility for all conference attendees. Please follow the accessibility guidelines below to make your presentation inclusive and engaging for everyone:

  1. Accessible Content: Ensure all visuals and spoken content are clear and easily understandable. More detailed guidance on creating accessible presentations can be found in this instructional video from ACM SIGACCESS: Creating Accessible Presentations.
  2. Comprehensive Guidelines: For a better understanding of accessibility practices, visit the Accessible Presentation Guide provided by SIGACCESS.
  3. Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) Resources: Utilize the W3C’s Web Accessibility Initiative guidelines as they are among the most thorough and widely adopted standards for accessibility.

Making Your Slides Dyslexia-Friendly

To assist attendees with dyslexia, consider the following tips for your slides:

  • Use sans-serif fonts.
  • Ensure sufficient contrast between text and background.
  • Avoid using all caps and italics for emphasis.
  • Keep text aligned to the left and use bullet points for clarity.

For more detailed instructions, refer to the Dyslexia-Friendly Style Guide.