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W3C releases videos to celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness Day
20 May 2020

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) Education and Outreach Working Group (EOWG) has published five videos ahead of Global Accessibility Awareness…Continue readingW3C releases videos to celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness Day
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Australian Access Awards set to return in 2021
24 April 2020

Following up from the success of the first Australian Access Awards in 2019, the Centre For Accessibility Australia is proud to announce the return of this…Continue readingAustralian Access Awards set to return in 2021
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ANZ requires blind customer to visit branch during Coronavirus crisis to collect bank refund or money lost
24 March 2020

As a digital access specialist, there are times when issues arise that force people with disability to respond to things that are so completely unnecessary…Continue readingANZ requires blind man to visit branch during Coronavirus crisis to collect bank refund or money lost
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W3C WAI publishes XR Accessibility User Requirements draft
9 March 2020

I’m excited to report that the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) working group that I’m involved in, has recently published its…Continue readingW3C WAI publishes XR Accessibility User Requirements draft
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Scitech: a web accessibility case study
6 March 2020

Scitech is a household name in Western Australia. Scitech’s work over the past three decades has brought cutting edge science to everyone from adventure-ready kids…Continue readingScitech: a web accessibility case study
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