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How accessible is social media?

15 August 2018

With so many people using social media and relying on it as a key source of information, it’s important to make sure that everyone can navigate it, including people with a hearing, sight or mobility impairment. We looked at the accessibility of two of the most popular social media platforms – Facebook and Twitter – and include some first-hand experiences from a person with vision impairment. 

Read more about social media accessibility

Web design trends challenging accessibility

17 July 2018

Digital accessibility is essential for building an inclusive society. Unfortunately, many organisations and businesses are simply not aware of its importance, or they just don’t know how to go about it. To help get you started, we’ve listed a few of the latest web design trends and their impacts on accessibility.

Read more about the web design trends.

Study looks at how people with intellectual disability use social media

19 June 2018

Judith Darragh is a PhD Candidate at Flinders University in Adelaide and has been working on a study looking at how people with intellectual disability use and access social media. Judith recently published the initial results of the study in a journal article Let’s talk about sex: How people with intellectual disability in Australia engage with online social media and intimate relationships.

Read more about her study in our interview with Judith

Improve your accessibility skills with our training!

19 June 2018

Our training is useful for anyone who writes and prepares content for the general public, internal and external audiences with disability and for use online. We have run training for organisations who work in the disability sector and culturally and linguistically diverse communities, not-for-profits and government departments around Australia.

Read more about our Easy Read, plain language and accessible documents training workshops

How well is Facebook working for your organisation?

11 May 2018

Facebook logoIt’s a necessary tool in today’s marketing and communications landscape, but how well is your organisation’s Facebook account working for you? Many not-for-profits rely on Facebook to connect with existing and potential clients and members, and many people use Facebook to connect with organisations they are interested in.

You may have invested countless hours and dollars into growing your Facebook following, but when you look at statistics from each of your posts, how many are actually connecting with your audience?

Read our article to find out how Facebook’s algorithm works

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