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Cross-country web accessibility awareness campaign

We recently had over 250 government representatives join us at Adelaide Convention Centre for the first of a series of events being held by Digital Access as a W3C Member initiative. Aimed at driving accessibility awareness, the seminar was free to attend and taught basic steps for a first review of website accessibility using the W3C’s Easy Checks framework. Next stop: Hobart, Tasmania!

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Google abandons underlined links – for the greater good?

Google recently made some minor design updates to its search results page to streamline the look and feel of the 'desktop' site. The update did away with the underline that previously adorned each search result link. The question is: Did they consider usability, accessibility and universal design?

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Webinar, events and haiku for Global Accessibility Awareness Day

May 15, 2014 is Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD). A day each year aimed at getting people talking, thinking and learning about digital accessibility and users with different disabilities. Everyone can get involved with these great GAAD initiatives.

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