AccessibilityOz was at CSUN in San Diego last week. Alison attended a Legal Update by Lainey Feingold and Linda Dardarian in the area of accessibility. In America, the accessibility requirements are hotting up. Lainey mentioned a number of different accessibility complaints and settlements in 2014.
We are pleased to announce that we’re re-launching OzWiki, our database of web accessibility errors, examples and solutions.
This new version of OzWiki continues to provide the same great informative content as the old, building on over fifteen years of experience in the web accessibility field. The big change is that it’s now available as a monthly subscription, automatically rebilled via PayPal. Subscriptions are available now.
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AccessibilityOz is an accessibility consultancy based in Australia. Gian Wild, the founder and Director, has worked on the accessibility of various web sites since 1998 and spent six years with the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Working Group contributing to WCAG2. AccessibilityOz offers a range of accessibility services and products to organisations and Government departments around the world.