We specialise in accessibility.
We create documents that are easy to read and websites that are easy to use.
Did you know that, in Australia today, over 40% of adults have a literacy level below what is considered enough to get by in everyday life?
Easy English / Easy Read
Make your content easy to read and connect with a wider audience, including people with disability, adults with low levels of literacy and people from culturally and linguistically diverse audiences.
There are compelling social and business reasons to make your website accessible, no matter what sector you're working in.
Take part in Easy Read training this September
Are you looking for new ways to engage your audience? Do you want to use clear messages that your audience can understand?
Our fun, informative and hands-on introduction to Easy Read will change the way you think about communication.
We’ll be holding training workshops in Sydney on 5 September and Melbourne on 12 September.
Learn how to make your communications more accessible in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere before having a go at writing Easy Read content together as a group.
Book before 1 July to save over 10% off the standard ticket price. Hurry, there are only 15 spots available in each session!
Our gift to you: pitch perfect communication
Would you like an easy way to work out who you are writing for?
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If you're struggling to ensure the content you are writing is pitched at the right level for your audience, this tool is for you.
The Information Access Group acknowledges the Tasmanian Government’s involvement in developing Pitch Perfect.
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We create information for everyone!
The Information Access Group is a full-service design and communication agency that specialises in accessibility. This specialisation sets us apart in the agency landscape. We help organisations meet the diverse literacy needs of the community. We are experts in producing communication materials that are easy to read and websites that are easy to use.
We believe that information should be accessible to the widest possible audience, including people with disability, culturally and linguistically diverse communities, Aboriginal people, elderly people and adults with low levels of literacy. Meeting the communication needs of these audiences is not without challenges. However, our experience tells us that if you keep your message simple and consult with your audience you get great results.
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