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Accessibility Basics Part 2: WCAG

In this 2-part article series, we take our popular webinar and presentation “Accessibility Basics” and present it in an easy-to-understand article format. Part 1 begins by explaining what web accessibility is and why it’s needed. In this part, we introduce WCAG. The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, or WCAG, were written by accessibility specialists, people with disabilities

Accessibility Basics Part 1: Overview of accessibility

In this 2-part article series, we take our popular webinar and presentation “Accessibility Basics” and present it in an easy-to-understand article format. Part 1 begins by explaining what web accessibility is and why it’s needed. What is online accessibility? Online accessibility is the ability for a person with a disability to understand and use a

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OzART

OzART Reporting Tool that helps you find and correct accessibility problems on your website.

OzWiki

OzWiki, online delivery of error information, WCAG Success Criteria, error examples and detailed solutions.

OzPlayer

The world’s first fully accessible web video player.

About us

AccessibilityOz is an accessibility consultancy based in Australia and the United States. Gian Wild, the founder and Director, has worked in the accessibility industry 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. We have completed hundreds of audits and run training sessions and seminars over the last ten years for clients including United Nations, National Science Foundation, Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, Bureau of Meteorology and McDonald’s.

Our clients

Disability Rights Washington
Queensland Department of Education and Training
Foxtel
WA Water Corporation
Optus
University of Technology Sydney
CCC Tech Center
Accenture
Elections NSW
City of Melbourne
Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet
VicRoads
Ronald McDonald House Charity
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