MAA delivers Digital Accessibility Services that make a difference for organisations and people with disability
An Audio Described version of the DAS video is available at: http://bit.ly/2hY0Xt4
Hack4Good accessibility toolkit presentation
Cognitive Disability Digital Accessibility Guide
Cognitive Disability can be a difficult condition to understand. The Cognitive Disability Digital Accessibility Guide was created by Media Access Australia to provide guidance on how best to address accessibility-related issues for people with cognitive disability in a media context.
Download the Cognitive Disability Digital Accessibility Guide
For enquiries about this guide please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (02) 9212 6242.
Professional Certificate in Web Accessibility
This video outlines the main points and key benefits of enrolling in Australia’s only university-accredited web accessibility certificate for web professionals. An audio described version of this video is also available.
For course enquiries and group bookings, contact Media Access Australia via email@example.com
Universal design for organisations – digital accessibility
Through an alliance with Australian Network on Disability (AND), Media Access Australia (MAA) contributed and helped organise the digital accessibility stream of AND’s annual conference, which was held in Sydney on 17 May 2016.
Rather than hear from Media Access Australia about our services and approach to managing digital accessibility with AND members, we believed that the best engagement for the audience would be achieved by hearing directly from another member.
Natalie Collins, Deputy CEO at MAA was the session facilitator and shared the stage with Sarah Abbott, the Senior Manager, Group Diversity and Inclusion, at Commonwealth Bank.
Sarah outlined the strategies and approaches that they took to gain cut-through, influence, and improve digital accessibility across the organisation, and how universal design principles are changing the way digital services meet the needs of users.
Sarah Abbott of the Commonwealth Bank and Natalie Collins from Media Access Australia fielded questions from audience members, and addressed the issues raised, in an informative QandA session that followed their conference presentation.