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Escaping the web accessibility island
22 June 2018

Posted by Dr Scott Hollier, Director and Co-founder of the Centre For Accessibility Australia

It’s a common story – you are a passionate accessibility advocate, trying to do your…
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Centre For Accessibility Australia Launch
7 June 2018

The Centre For Accessibility Australia was launched at the DADAA Fremantle Hub yesterday by the Honourable Stephen Dawson, Minister for Disability Services and Environment. The audience was treated to screen…
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The future of aesthetic use of access in art
1 June 2018

Access is not only something for presenters to address. As successful works are created and mounted by diverse artists, it’s also become an integral part of creative practice. In many examples, stories told with access at the forefront creates work that all people can enjoy, and is not aimed specifically at able-bodied audiences.
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Microsoft launches adaptive game controller
31 May 2018

Microsoft has announced its upcoming release of a game controller designed specifically for people with disabilities. The Adaptive Controller for Xbox can be connected to external buttons, switches, joysticks and mounts, giving players with a wide range of physical disabilities the ability to customise their setups.
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Insights into accessibility – A conversation with musician Andre Louis
20 May 2018

Meet Andre Louis, a musician, tech-lover and self-proclaimed geek. Andre was the first visually impaired person in the world to own the revolutionary Komplete Kontrol software created by Native Instruments. He’s been making music for the last year and is fascinated by new and emerging technology.
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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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