Digital Access Blog

28 Jul, 2020
Parts of the Web Content Accessibility Guideline 2.0 (WCAG 2.0) can be difficult to understand, especially if you're rapidly trying to get your head around it and apply it before your website or article is launched to the public.
21 Jul, 2020
Accessible content is an integral part of web accessibility. Below are three techniques that anyone can use to make their content more accessible and inclusive to people with disabilities.
01 May, 2020
Organisations often rely on embedded content to add additional functionality to their websites. It's incredibly easy to share a YouTube video or Google map, and embed that video on your own website using HTML that is automatically generated.
26 Feb, 2020
Matthew attended the Australian Accessibility Conference in Perth which combined both the Perth Web Accessibility Camp and OZeWAI into one big event. Read about the latest in accessibility here.
15 Apr, 2019
Accessibility is often an afterthought in digital projects, overlooked due to time or budget constraints. Making accessibility a separate process implies it's an extra task to be completed, rather than something that should be considered from the start.  
01 Apr, 2019
Digital inclusion is paramount for every organisation and business. Poor decisions around accessibility can prove costly, with organisations risking reputational damage along with possible legal action and the need to redesign.
29 Mar, 2019
Did you know an estimated 80% of web content starts out as a Word document?

When you combine this with the need to make sure web content is accessible, it becomes obvious the first step in making web content accessible is actually in Word itself.
14 Mar, 2019
Web forms today are easy to create, and easy to get wrong. Check out these tips for making sure they're accessible.
07 Mar, 2019
Inclusive design is a term that gets thrown around these days, but it has one simple and guiding principle; ensuring that products and services are able to be experienced by more people.

You might not know it, but many everyday items owe their existence to inclusive design.
13 Apr, 2018
I was having drinks with a colleague the other night and she said something that changed the way in which I see service design in the field of digital accessibility. "We make sure that people can get from A to B, and that's important." Yes it is. So, why is it that we only introduce people with disabilities into service design during the late usability stage of research?