4 reasons why accessibility needs to be part of your plan right from the start

Web and digital accessibility should be a vital part of any business plan. Everyone’s communication requirements should be acknowledged and planned for from the beginning, as accessibility is just as important as even security and virus protection, if not more so. This article offers four good reasons why accessibility needs to be integrated into your business plans, before you roll them out.

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A close up of a man writing on paper on a desk with laptop next to him

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Webinars review reveals widespread inaccessibility

Webinars continue to grow in popularity, but are they really all that they are cracked up to be for the one in five people with a disability? Dr Scott Hollier, Media Access Australia’s Digital Accessibility Director, launched an investigation into their accessibility and found all of them quite challenging. He shares his findings in an informative podcast and article.

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A red keyboard button with visual of keys on it and the word ‘Access’

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Five common fails from web audits

Matthew Putland is a Senior Analyst in Digital Accessibility for Media Access Australia, based in Perth but working on projects all over the country. A lot of his work revolves around conducting accessibility audits on websites and digital media. He shares the five most common issues that he comes across in his web auditing, in an insightful and useful podcast and article.

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Head and shoulders photo of Matthew Putland

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