Finalists have been announced for the 2019 Australian Access Awards.
The Awards, an initiative of the Centre for Accessibility, are a national celebration of organisations, designers, developers and content creators who are making efforts to implement accessibility in their digital resources.
Winners will be revealed at a ceremony in Fremantle, Western Australia on Thursday 12 December. Tickets are now available via Humanitix.
Not-for-profit/community website of the year
Sponsored by VisAbility
Not-for-profit/community app of the year
Government website of the year
- Head to Health
- Victorian Government
- Online Accessibility Toolkit from the South Australian Government
Government app of the year
Educational website of the year
Educational app of the year
Corporate website of the year
Corporate app of the year
Accessibility initiative of the year
Sponsored by OZeWAI
- Accessible Telecoms – a nationwide disability telecommunications information and referral service – ACCAN
- Online Accessibility Toolkit – South Australian Government
- SECCA App – SECCA
Accessibility person/organisation of the year
The Centre for Accessibility is an industry and not-for-profit collaboration working to promote digital access. The Centre has developed a free, highly accessible online resource to promote and respond to digital access. It also offers accessibility services such as audits, DAIP reviews and disability awareness training, and has conceptualised the Australian Access Awards.
The Awards have been made possible by the generous support of the Centre’s sponsors. This includes VisAbility, Web Key IT, Cahoots, OZeWAI, Digital Gap Initiative, Centre for Inclusive Design, ACCAN and Inclusion Solutions.