According to the US Census Bureau, 19 percent of the population had a disability in 2010. Do you know if your reports are designed in an inclusive way such that everyone in your intended audience can use them? While this question is relevant for every organization, it can be especially important if you are making reports for government entities, educational institutions, or the general public. In this session, we discuss accessibility features available in Microsoft Power BI today and how to design your Power BI reports with inclusiveness in mind. See several demos and a checklist for testing the accessibility of your own reports. Learn how to form more accessible design habits, many of which are easy changes.
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