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Digital Access

Who we are

Digital Access at Vision Australia is recognised internationally as an industry leader in the provision of digital accessibility services, equally addressing the needs of all disability groups. Specialising in web accessibility consultancy, training and testing, our services are expertly designed to help our customers make their digital presence accessible to all.

Our advice and training is based on the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) version 2.0, formulated by the World Wide Web Consortium’s Web Accessibility Initiative (W3C WAI). A member of the W3C since 2002, Digital Access significantly contributed to the creation of WCAG 2.0.

As a social enterprise, the fee-based services provided by Digital Access directly support Vision Australia’s wider activities. Our unique position working within a disability organisation ensures that end-users’ real world requirements are foremost in all the services we deliver.

What are we up to?

Disability Discrimination Commissioner Graeme Innes finishes his term at the Australian Human Rights Commission this month.

An open letter to Graeme:

Many thanks for all your support championing digital accessibility during your time with the Disability Rights Team.

We believe one of the biggest achievements in this space has been the inclusion of PDF techniques in WCAG 2.0. PDFs pose one of the greatest barriers for people accessing online information. The positive steps made by Adobe and the W3C following the publication of The Australian Government’s study into the Accessibility of the Portable Document Format for people with a disability have led to a vast change in the accessibility of this format.

It was the Commission’s unwavering support that led to this research being undertaken, which has benefited people with disability globally.

We wish you all the best, and hope we can keep working with you towards our collective goals in the future. 

From Neil King and the Digital Access team. 

Want to learn how to create accessible PDFs? Register now for our Creating Accessible Documents workshop

How can we help you?

Contact details

1300 367 055

Office locations

New South Wales

4 Mitchell St
Enfield NSW 2136


346 Macaulay Rd
Kensington VIC 3031