We are a web accessibility agency who believe accessibility is not just about compliance, but giving the best possible experience to the person using your digital service. We’re committed to providing accessible solutions that offer a genuine benefit whilst complying with accessibility guidelines and Government requirements.
What we know
We have a background in web application development, and extensive experience with web accessibility. We understand a large number of development languages and platforms and know how to use accessibility techniques to get the best possible result for the end user.
- HTML and CSS
- WAI-ARIA techniques
- C# and the .NET framework
- Telerik controls
- Avoka Smartforms
We take a transparent approach with cost-effective pricing, plain speaking and avoiding jargon. Web accessibility can be difficult to understand, we make it easy.
Ross Mullen, Director
Ross has worked for the Federal Government’s Shared Service Centre in a web accessibility role, and prior to that in a web application developer role for the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations. He has spoken at the accessibility conferences A11yCamp Sydney and OZeWAI on web accessibility.
Most recently he has written the web accessibility unit for the Certificate IV in Web-Based Technologies link opens external website which is offered by Open Colleges and North Coast TAFE.
- Making chatbots accessible
presented at World Usability Day 2017 link opens external website
- The inaccessibility of CAPTCHA
presented at Canberra Web Accessibility & Inclusive Design 2018 link opens external website
- Making HTML forms accessible
presented at Canberra Web Accessibility & Inclusive Design 2017
- What is web accessibility?
presented at Moodleposium 2016 link opens external website
- A Practical Approach to Accessibility in Service Design
presented at DTO 2016 link opens external website
- Accessible UX in Government
presented at OZeWAI 2015 link opens external website
- Accessibility with Web Applications
presented at A11yCamp 2015 link opens external website
- ICTWEB402 - Confirm accessibility of websites for people with special needs
Open Colleges 2016