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
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
Over the last couple of years I have made a conscious effort to make my design practice an inclusive one. Core to this has been growing my understanding of accessible web design and helping other people, and businesses, be more inclusive across their digital products and services. As I’ve applied accessible design to large public … Continue reading Web accessibility made easy: busting the myths
[a five minute read] One of the biggest challenges for organisations contemplating digital still seems to be where to put it. I've been working in this area for a while now and the same questions continuously come up: What is the difference between digital strategy and technology or IT/ ICT strategy? Can they coexist? Is … Continue reading Digital and ICT – same, same but different?
Starting out on your first digital strategy can be a daunting task (I know it was for me). There are five key things that I always talk about when I'm helping people to get started. They are important because they set the scene for the transformation process you are about to embark on and because they also have … Continue reading Five things you should do before you start your digital strategy