Why non-user experience is important too

The other day my friend and colleague, Aron Hausler, posted the following quote on digital access on LinkedIn: One in five Australians are not online; four in 10 of the lowest income households in Australia are not connected to the internet; of people aged 65 or more, only 46% are internet users and 75% feel … Continue reading Why non-user experience is important too

If we want to get more women into tech we need to stop telling them to learn to code

Women at computer

The other day I put out a call out for women technologists in Adelaide to help out with a project I am currently working on at MOD. I was seeking advanced programmers (specifically for machine learning and AI projects), animators and game designers. I put the call out because I was concerned about diversity and … Continue reading If we want to get more women into tech we need to stop telling them to learn to code

Web accessibility made easy: five ways to make the web a more welcoming place for everyone

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This post follows an earlier one in which I explored three common myths associated with accessible web design and, I hope, soundly busted them. The third myth was all about accessible design being seen as too hard - a position I do have sympathy for given the complicated guidelines that cover design. I'm on a quest to … Continue reading Web accessibility made easy: five ways to make the web a more welcoming place for everyone