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12 November 2019

Finalists have been announced for the 2019 Australian Access Awards.

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

Winners will be revealed at a ceremony in
Fremantle, Western Australia on Thursday 12 December. Tickets are now available
via Humanitix.

Finalists

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

The Centre for
Accessibility is an industry and not-for-profit collaboration working to
promote digital access. The Centre has developed a free, highly accessible
online resource to promote and
respond to digital access. It also offers accessibility
services
such as audits, DAIP
reviews and disability awareness training, and has conceptualised the
Australian Access Awards.

The Awards have been made possible by the generous support of the Centre’s sponsors. This includes VisAbility, Web Key IT, Cahoots, OZeWAI, Digital Gap Initiative, Centre for Inclusive Design, ACCAN and Inclusion Solutions.

Australian Access Awards 2019 Sponsors

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

Website by Media on Mars - link opens in a new window