Accessible Design Tools

An Accessible Content Design Toolset for Every LMS

Create accessible content from the start with YuJa Panorama’s Accessible Design Tool, available in any WYSIWYG editor in the Accessibility Platform.

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A formatted discussion topic list created using the Accessible Design Tool in YuJa Panorama.

No Coding

Accessible Course Design Simplified

YuJa Panorama’s Accessible Design Tool gives all instructors and course creators the ability to add design elements to courses without HTML or CSS experience. Instructors can add structure, elements, navigation, lists, links and more with the click of a button and create engaging, styled content no matter their skill level.

No Coding

Edit Components

Create Consistent, Visually Appealing, and Structured Content

Instructors and students can select an image, header, text, table, or other element and edit the size, color, font, border, and alignment. Adjust the number of columns and rows, edit captions, change dimensions, and more all in one place to make content consistent and easy to navigate.

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Edit Components

LMS Agnostic

Design Tools Work in Any Learning Management System

YuJa Panorama’s Accessible Design Tool functions seamlessly in any rich content editor across learning management systems, including Blackboard, Canvas, D2L Brightspace, and Moodle, eliminating the need for third-party tools and plug-ins.

Content Pages
Course Syllabus
LMS Logos
Content Adjustments
Clemson University
Clemson University

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Clemson University Selects YuJa Panorama Digital Accessibility Platform

Clemson University, one of the nation’s most active research institutions, has selected the YuJa Panorama Digital Accessibility Platform to enhance the accessibility of digital media and course content and to drive inclusivity campuswide. Located in Clemson, South Carolina, the university serves over 26,000 undergraduate and graduate students across over 80 major and 90 minor degree programs.

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Update Existing Content to Make it More Engaging and Accessible

Colors need contrast for web accessibility. To help those with low contrast sensitivity or those who cannot distinguish between certain colors, YuJa Panorama enables users to manually adjust elements like contrast, saturation, text colors, background colors and more. Users can also create a unique profile and save it for future use on all web pages they visit.

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