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13 December 2019

Winners of the 2019 Australian Access Awards were announced at an Award ceremony in Fremantle, Western Australia last night.

The Awards, an initiative of the Centre For Accessibility Australia, are a national celebration of organisations, designers, developers and content creators who are making efforts to implement accessibility in their digital resources.

Thank you to everyone who nominated and was nominated; to those that flew in from interstate and others who tuned in to our live-stream. Big thanks to our judging panel, and to co-founder Dr. Scott Hollier for all your dedicated time and hard work. 

Thanks to our host DADAA Fremantle, our charismatic MC Helen Errington, and our presenters Laura Bullen, Justin Brown and Senator Jordon Steele-John.

Thank you also to Grace King and Fergus Deasey for wowing the crowd with an excerpt from their Perth Fringe World show Playtime with Grace and Fergus. Jaws were on the floor in response to Grace’s incredible mezzo-soprano voice! 

Finally, thank you and congratulations to the finalists and winners of the 2019 Access Awards for implementing accessibility and leading the charge in this important social movement.

Winners

Not-for-profit/community website of the year
Sponsored by VisAbility

Not-for-profit/community app of the year

Government website of the year
Sponsored by Web Key IT

Government app of the year

Educational website of the year       

Educational app of the year

Corporate website of the year

Corporate app of the year

Accessibility initiative of the year
Sponsored by OZeWAI

Accessibility person/organisation of the year

Accessible App of the Year

Accessible Website of the Year

Congratulations to all the finalists and winners. Special thanks to the sponsors, judges and the dedicated staff of DADAA and Media On Mars.

Finalists and winners of the Australian Access Awards pose on stage for a photo.

The Centre For Accessibility Australia is a joint project by Media on Mars, DADAA and Dr Scott Hollier and is funded by the Department of Communities, Disability Services.

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