Barrier Free Communication: Useful Information & Examples


Aktion Mensch: Overview of the basics and legal requirements of barrier-free web offers (in German):

Audiodescription context relevant: Accessibility Lessons: Context-Sensitive Text Alternatives

Barrier-free PDF documents and forms, Justus Liebig University Giessen (German): Details here

Barrier-free videos: alternatives to audiodescriptions - Integrated Described Video IDV

Barrier-free video player (Action Mensch, in German):

Comparison of the accessibility of videoconferencing programmes of the Bundesfachstelle Barrierefreiheit (Federal Agency for Accessibility, in German):

Comprehensive selection of links and information on the topic of barrier-free communication (print media, easy-to-read, logos & pictogrammes) from the German Federal Agency for Accessibility (Bundesfachstelle Barrierefreiheit): Details here

Creating Accessibility Culture: Creating a culture of accessibility in your organization

DBSV recommendations for barrier-free materials using the example of a museum (including tactile objects, audio guides, nature tours, object descriptions and orientation, in German):übersicht.html

Digital Accessibility, BMDW, Austria: Details here

Easy for all: the offer of the Aktion Mensch for a barrier-free Internet (in German):

Easy to read: European Standards for making information easy to read and to understand (in different languages):

Examination possibility for texts in easy to read (German):

Guide barrier-free online videos (BIK for all, in German):

Lecture Series "Accessible Documents" of the University TU Dresden (in German): BFD

Open online course for creating accessible teaching materials and documents, Uni Rostock (Germany), Project "Inklusive University":

Teilhabe 4.0 – Die Toolbox: Your toolbox for a barrier-free digital working world (in German):

Tips for testing digital accessibility (German): Bundesfachstelle Barrierefreiheit

What is easy-to-read language? Explanatory film in easy language, Lebenshilfe Lüdenscheid (in German): Click here to see the video on YouTube

Webinar series on barrier-free web design. "BIK for All" is a project of the German Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (in German):