August newsletter

AccessibilityOz partners with Generate Sydney

Generate Sydney is occurring on Monday 5th September, with AccessibilityOz running a quick workshop during lunch. As a client of AccessibilityOz, you are entitled to a $150 discount (bringing the cost down to just $249 for the entire day). Just use the discount code “AccOz30” when purchasing your ticket. It looks like it’s going to be a great day with John Allsop, Erika Hall and Jonathan Snook. Check out the speakers, and the scheduleBook your ticket now. We’ll have a booth, and if you stop by you can get a free three month’s access to OzWiki.

OzART Version 2.0 released

In late July AccessibilityOz released OzART, Version 2.0, with some really nifty features, including:

  • Automatically finding movement on pages
  • Automatically finding keyboard traps on pages
  • Testing sites behind a username and password
  • Highlighting of errors on a screenshot of the page
  • Mobile iPhone 6 testing

We’d love to give you a demo. Contact us via email or call one of our office numbers to arrange a time. We’re proud to welcome a number of different organisations to the OzART family, including McDonalds, George Mason University, Temple University and the National Federation of the Blind.

Accessibility audit special

In Australia, the quarter after the end of the financial year is quite slow for business – after the rush of June 30, sometimes that’s more than welcome. This year, we want to keep the momentum going, so we are offering a discounted rate for an accessibility audit – just $4,000 exc GST. Contact us about an accessibility audit of your site.

OzWiki – we’re looking for examples

Last year we added a bunch of mobile site and mobile app errors to OzWiki. This year we are looking to add correct examples of accessibility issues. And we need help! Send us your correct examples and if they get added to OzWiki you will get one month’s free access! For more information, see the OzWiki section on our web site.

OzPlayer shortlisted for an ANZIA award

OzPlayer – the world’s only fully accessible video player – has been short-listed as a finalist in the 2016 Australian and New Zealand Internet Awards. Check out OzPlayer, and our AccessibilityOz mascots, Annie and Ripley. Remember OzPlayer is free for not-for-profit organisations that have an annual revenue of under $1 million a year, or for web sites that have less than ten videos. Just add the required fields to the OzPlayer Code Generator and paste it into your site and abracadabra – you’re using OzPlayer. You’ll be joining other great OzPlayer users, including the Department of Education and Training QLD, Transport Accident Commission Victoria, Anti-Discrimination Commission Queensland, University of Nicosia in Cyprus, the Swedish Postal Service and iCanConnect, a web site aimed at people with disabilities from the Federal Communications Commission in the US. In addition, all Community Colleges in California, US use OzPlayer on their sites and Learning Management Systems.

 

 

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