A key player in the successful implementation of a digital accessibility strategy can be an ‘accessibility champion’ – someone who can lead accessibility initiatives, provide expert input into decisions, and design and develop processes that help an organisation embed accessibility into its practices and culture. This role can originate in web development, web design, content management or communications departments, but the key is that an accessibility champion should undertake foundation-level training in accessibility compliance.
Annual report season is nearly upon us, so now is the time to take a meaningful and easy step toward walking the inclusion talk—make your annual report an accessible document.
The Federal Government has announced the creation of the Digital Transformation Office (DTO) and a new Digital Service Standard (DSS). Media Access Australia has put together an FAQ to help organisations and individuals better understand what the DTO and the DSS means for them.