- Welcome to Prezi’s Accessibility Page
- How to create accessible documents with Prezi
- Prezi Voluntary Product Accessibility Templates (VPAT)
Welcome to Prezi’s Accessibility page
About 60 million people in the United States live with disabilities, and the Americans With Disabilities Act represents an important step toward making publicly available spaces — including virtual public spaces — accessible for users with disabilities. At Prezi, one of our core values is that We Care. So we decided to take further steps to make Prezi Video, Prezi Design, and Prezi Present even more accessible to all of our users and viewers with temporary or permanent disabilities.
Prezi has a hundred million registered users, reaching out to several times that many viewers with their content on a daily basis. For this reason, we’re starting by focusing on our View Pages, which are frequently shared with both registered and unregistered viewers.
Using the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 and the learnings in our Voluntary Product Accessibility Templates (VPAT) as standards, we’re working to ensure a structured, internationally consistent experience.
It’s a lengthy process, starting with self-assessment, identifying and fixing issues, and gradually releasing updates and upgrades for a more universally accessible Prezi.
How to create accessible content with Prezi
Prezi helps you share stories with the world.
Be more inclusive by planning for viewers with disabilities while creating your presentation, video, or design.
These articles will help you in creating content that is easier to follow for audiences with permanent or temporary disabilities. Please note that this section is in progress, with more articles to come.
Do you have feedback, ideas, or suggestions? Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Prezi’s one-of-a-kind open canvas lets you organize and view your presentation as a whole, zoom in on details, and focus on what matters most.
While Prezi Present is focusing on the visual expression of your story and your ideas, you can still create a video from your presentation, with a detailed audio description of your content. This is a great way to support your audience with visual disabilities. Learn more about turning your presentations into videos. Learn more about turning your presentations into videos:How to turn your presentation into a video
“Prezi Design’s simple drag-and-drop editor lets anyone make professional-looking charts, reports, maps, infographics, and more, then share them anywhere in any size.”
When creating your graphics, be mindful of those viewers who use screen readers. Adding a text alternative to all your non-text format elements (images, shapes, charts) will make a huge difference for them in understanding your content. Learn more about creating accessible content in Prezi Design from this article:Creating accessible content in Prezi Design
“Prezi Video shows your visuals right alongside you as you present, for a more engaging and meaningful connection with your audience.”
Automated transcripts are available for your video content in 15 languages, so if you give a detailed insight to your visual content while narrating the presentation, people with visual disabilities will also be covered.