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Accessibility – it’s a global step to inclusion | Digital NSW


Every year, Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) is a great reminder that digital accessibility is not just a nice-to-have; it's a

Guest blog:  The pros and cons of automated testing with Accessibility Specialist Julie Grundy | Digital NSW


Hi, I'm Julie, a Senior Digital Accessibility Consultant at Intopia. I've collaborated with various areas of the NSW government to enhance

You've got inclusive mail: a guide to accessible emailing | Digital NSW


There's a silent crisis unfolding in workplaces everywhere, and it's called bad email etiquette. Most of us have experienced it – opening

graphic depicting a group of diverse people sitting together, each using various digital devices like laptops, smartphones, and tablets


Traditionally, when we hear the term ‘digital accessibility,’ our minds often turn to people with disability. And rightfully so. For years

Understanding screen readers | Accessibility | Digital NSW


So much of the world we experience is now digital. Ensuring that all the technology, digital products and services we create are accessible

Good Design Starts with Diverse Voices | Accessibility | Digital NSW


Contrary to popular belief, good design is less about technology and more about people. When a digital product or service isn’t designed

Tania Ezra | Accessibility | Digital NSW


Hello, I am Tania and I’m a Technology Specialist at Microsoft. I was asked to do a bit of a blurb about me, frankly I am a rather standard

Closed captions speak volumes for everyone | Accessibility | Digital NSW


Imagine a world where you navigate the web without sound. For many, this is a reality. Closed captions, those small, unobtrusive lines of

Assistive technology explained | Digital NSW


In today's world, technology plays a significant role in our lives, making various tasks easier and more accessible. However, for people

Neuromuscular Disease in the workplace | Digital NSW


Hi, my name is Ellen. I am a lot of things: baker, gamer, lawyer and advocate, wife, proud aunt, and ‘profoundly disabled.’ The last one on

Guest blog: Neuroinclusion in the workplace


In an increasingly interconnected world, accessibility has emerged as a fundamental right and a moral obligation. Ensuring that individuals

Digital Accessibility matters: A year of progress with Accessibility NSW


Imagine living in a world where you can't apply for a job online because the application form isn't compatible with your screen reader. Or