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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

Two people looking at laptop | Digital NSW

Accessibility Digital Digital Design System Transformation

At the heart of innovation lies collaboration, and we’d like to invite you to play a pivotal role in helping us shape the future of the NSW

When to use tables: Ensuring accessibility for all


One area where accessibility can be easily overlooked is in the use of tables. While tables can be a powerful tool for organising data, they

A guide to inclusive communication online: You can always ask what people prefer


The way we communicate online can either strengthen or undermine the sense of belonging for people with diverse backgrounds and abilities

WCAG 2.2 is finally here: Here’s what you need to know


In a world where the internet plays a significant role in our daily lives, ensuring that it is accessible to everyone, regardless of their

Write smart, write simple: Tips for writing in plain language


Accessibility NSW often receives questions about creating content that is easy for everyone to understand and access. In the age of

Jodie Hoger | TAFE NSW | Accessibility | Digital NSW


Disability rights advocate, Jodie Hoger, has worked for TAFE NSW for 27 years and is an immensely proud blind woman. Jodie is a specialist