The advertising industry spends billions a year to put flashy, well-designed ads in front of you but what happens when the ad is delivered at the right time and in the right location, but the customer doesn’t see it? This is happening every day, but not because the customer doesn’t want to see your ad.
How the Pintupi people helped solve dialysis is central Australia
This month we saw the release of the banking and financial services royal commission and it got me thinking about systems and unintended consequences. Clearly, the banks wanted profits but also wanted to keep their customers and, one would hope, be good…
This talk is available on the Big Ideas website. Have people with a disability sufficient access to the intangible environment online? New technologies offers them many liberating opportunities, but they can also pose new barriers. Inclusion Riders: People with disabilities…
Adobe gathered the leading experience makers from around the word for the Adobe Symposium 2018, which occurred in Sydney. Across two days, over 3,500 people heard from rock-star marketers, creative professionals and luminaries who will share the latest strategies for…
Inclusive design is a set of tools and principles to help organisations navigate this complex landscape, create compelling customer experiences and evoke deep brand connection.
The new Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 (WCAG 2.1) will become a W3C recommendation, which will set the new standard on web content accessibility on an international level. For the Centre for Inclusive Design (a W3C member) and other Australian organisations, this is a major milestone that will change the way that Web content accessibility and inclusive design practices are assessed going forward.
Centre for Inclusive Design’s Matthew Putland reflects on learning about accessible code, and the positive benefits it can have on web design.
The Cognitive Disability Digital Accessibility Guide was created by Media Access Australia, Centre for Inclusive Design’s predecessor, to provide guidance on how best to address accessibility-related issues for people with cognitive disability in a media context.
The assessment process provides an understanding of how advanced your organisation is by the attainment of a particular ‘Maturity Level’.