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25 October 2019

The South Australian government has published an online accessibility toolkit that is a finalist in the Australian Human Rights Awards 2019.

South Australian government accessibility toolkit

The resource has been co-designed with over 100 organisations including Vision Australia, the Royal Society for the Blind (SA), Blind Citizens Australia (SA), not-for-profits, people with disability and leaders in the disability sector.

The toolkit contains a wealth of information, designed to assist across all areas of digital access including project management, digital content, development, visual design, policy and support.

It’s my view that the toolkit is a valuable and comprehensive accessibility resource that demonstrates both the importance of digital access and how such information can be delivered in a straightforward and practical manner. I’d encourage everyone to have a look at the resource and it’s great to see this work receiving the recognition it deserves.

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.

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