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Powers .gov’s across Aus & NZ
500+ Sites extranets & intranets
1,000,000+ web pages published
GAAD 2013
Inspiration from Kevin – Vision Australia
The SWAC team
A11Y Bytes 2014
Our learnings, in action
Relies on PDF
Doesn’t support screen readers
Large files = poor mobile experience
Not responsive
Accessibility in software…
Before: Accessibility report a click away
Now: Accessibility baked into publishing
Something for the newbies…
Building Accessibility know-how in your agency
Building Accessibility know-how in your agency
Building Accessibility know-how in your agency
Building Accessibility know-how in your agency
Building Accessibility know-how in your agency
Building Accessibility know-how in your agency
Building Accessibility know-how in your agency
Building Accessibility know-how in your agency
Building Accessibility know-how in your agency
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Building Accessibility know-how in your agency

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Understanding the importance of Accessibility to their clients, and their clients’ customers, SeamlessCMS decided to take a proactive approach. After being inspired at A11yBytes 2013 they engaged their entire product team in the process with a long term goal of building knowledge and feeding it into their work. Remya and Riz will share how they reached that goal, how you can do the same in your business, and how it has influenced their work.

Presented at A11yBytes Melbourne, May 20 2015 for Global Accessibility Awareness Day.

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Building Accessibility know-how in your agency

  1. 1. Powers .gov’s across Aus & NZ 500+ Sites extranets & intranets 1,000,000+ web pages published
  2. 2. GAAD 2013
  3. 3. Inspiration from Kevin – Vision Australia
  4. 4. The SWAC team
  5. 5. A11Y Bytes 2014
  6. 6. Our learnings, in action
  7. 7. Relies on PDF
  8. 8. Doesn’t support screen readers
  9. 9. Large files = poor mobile experience
  10. 10. Not responsive
  11. 11. Accessibility in software…
  12. 12. Before: Accessibility report a click away
  13. 13. Now: Accessibility baked into publishing
  14. 14. Something for the newbies…

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