“When we truly embrace digital accessibility, not only do we meet our local legislative and International human rights obligations, but we also reduce costs, and build our internal capacity for design and innovation. Our clients become our partners in building for universal design and they in turn build partnerships with their customers, continually creating delightful user experiences.”
Dr. Vivienne Conway, 2018
Here at Web Key IT we believe this too. We work with you to help you create inclusive digital environments which allow people with disabilities as well as other users to fulfill their information needs independently and in the most efficient manner possible.
Have you considered taking one of our courses in Digital Accessibility? Leah Napier, Reader Services Librarian for the Spearwood/Cockburn Libraries said of her experience in the Certificate in Digital Accessibility,
“This is probably the only certificate from a work training course that I actually want to have displayed somewhere at my desk!”
Register your interest in an upcoming course by contacting us at email@example.com.
Human Rights and Technology Issues Paper
18th November 2018
On November 15th, our Director, Vivienne Conway was invited by the Australian Human Rights Commission to attend a Round Table to discuss the “Human Rights and Technology Issues Paper”. This discussion group included representatives from government, industry and disability support groups. Discussion revolved around developing innovative ways to ensure technology protects human rights or all members of the community, encouraging responsible innovation. Questions explored including Artificial Intelligence, Assistive Technology and issues of responsible innovation and assistive technology for people with disability. The Issues Paper and information about the project on human rights and technology can be located at: Human Rights and Technology Issues Paper (2018).
Latest Web Key E-Newsletter
Our latest newsletter is about: User Testing, Usability, Technical Auditing, Accessibility and Compliance
Web Key IT offers a full suite of services designed to help you meet your business goals. Our services will help you comply with digital accessibility legislation and maintain standards as your business grows.
- Audits and usability testing
- Consulting and issue resolution
- Desktop to mobile
We can deliver training to everyone:
- staff and individual end-users
- internal or external projects
- development and test teams
All fields are required.
16th International Web for All Conference (W4A’19)
13-15th of May, 2019
San Francisco, USA
This year’s theme is "Personalization – Personalizing the Web".
Submissions for papers for the conference are due 27th of January, 2019. All topics related to web accessibility are welcome as are papers dealing with wider aspects of digital accessibility and universal access.
W4A is co-located with the 27th International World Wide Web Conference (WWW’19)
Perth Web Accessibility & Inclusive Design Meetups
The Perth Web Accessibility Meet-up holds its regular meeting on the 3rd Tuesday of every month.
Next meeting will be:
Tuesday 19th of February 2019
Dome Cafe, 149 James Street, Northbridge.