The 26 of January is the most debated holiday in our Australian calendar. On the 26 of January 1788, Captain Arthur Phillip raised the Union Jack at Sydney Cove, declaring it a British colony. Exactly fifty years later, the date…
With the advent of COVID-19, workplaces are dramatically different. In Australia we’ve been living this new way for almost 6 months with different states at different stages of lock-down. The phrase ‘what the new normal will look like’ seems to me to be redundant. This is our now normal way of working.
Masks and shields have become a hot commodity in Australia and around the world this year. Now we have consensus that masks and shields are needed to reduce COVID-19 infection rates, the debate has moved to: what kinds of masks…
Easy English and Plain English are important as they make information accessible and meet the needs of more people. Find out all you need to know about Easy and Plain English in this Centre for Inclusive Design guide.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) recently announced that Web of Things (WoT) Architecture and Web of Things (WoT) Thing Description (TD) are now official W3C Recommendations.
Australia is facing a major challenge with the onset of COVID-19. As we go through this pandemic, it is important that we support each other. For our vulnerable communities, it is vital that we provide essential aid and ensure they are looked after.
Dr Scott Hollier, CfID’s Senior Lecturer for the Professional Certificate in Web Accessibility, shares his insights on the recently announced draft update to the WCAG standard.
As the current bushfire crisis is unfolding, we’ve received enquiries about messages broadcast via television, print and online media. The following guide is a simple resource for people to communicate inclusively in times of emergency.
Information for accessible media resources and details of accessibility features in browsers.
World-first report “The Benefit of Designing for Everyone”: Research reveals inclusive design can expand customer reach fourfold