Intopia Webinar: Preparing for WCAG 2.2

Intopia’s next free webinar will focus on how to prepare for the next version of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, WCAG 2.2. The webinar will take place on Tuesday 4 October at 12pm AEDT (GMT+11), and will be presented by Sarah Pulis (Director of Accessibility Services) and Andrew Arch (Principal…

WCAG 2.2 hits Candidate Recommendation – but what does it mean?

We’ve been talking about the next iteration of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) for a while now, and now we’ve hit one of the final key milestones, also known as ‘Candidate Recommendation’. Awesome! But what does that actually mean? How close are we to the finish line, and when…

Intopia Webinar: Intersectionality, accessibility and inclusion – 8 September 2022

Intopia’s next free webinar will focus on intersectionality and inclusive practices. The webinar will take place on Thursday 8 September at 1PM AEST (GMT+10), and will be presented by our Junior Digital Accessibility Consultant Tess Hutley. Registration is not required and you can join through Zoom on the day. Intersectionality…

Intopia’s launching public training

Individual tickets will now be available to purchase for a select number of our Intopia training courses. By popular demand, Intopia is launching public training. For organisations that only want to send a small number of their team, or for individuals keen to learn more about accessibility, you can now…

Intopia Webinar: Introducing ATAG – 21 July 2022

Intopia is hosting a free webinar on the Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines (ATAG) on Thursday 21 July at 1pm AEST (GMT+10). The webinar will be presented by our Senior Digital Accessibility Consultant Julie Grundy. Registration isn’t required, and you can join the webinar directly through Zoom on the day. ATAG…

Vale Internet Explorer

Today’s the day! Microsoft has ended support for the long-suffering Internet Explorer web browser. Internet Explorer (IE) has been with us for 27 years. In that time, it’s been both a leader and a follower in accessibility. In the mid 2000s it was almost universal. But in recent years, IE…

Announcing the Accessibility Not-Checklist

Intopia is creating a resource to help people understand what they can do to make their work more accessible and inclusive for everyone. We’ve called it the Accessibility Not-Checklist. Yes, you did read that right. When you look at it, it looks like a checklist, and depending on how you…

Card designs and selectable text

Does your website have a card layout in it? If so, you’re in good company. Card components are a really popular way of showing a selection of articles or products. At Intopia we like them because it makes the link’s hit target larger for people with low dexterity or using…

Intopia GAAD 2022 Webinar: Ask Me Anything

Intopia is hosting an ‘Ask Me Anything’ webinar to coincide with Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) on 19 May at 1pm AEST (GMT +10). It’s free to attend, and you don’t need to register – you can join the webinar on the day. Intopia’s ‘Ask Me Anything’ webinar is a…

International Women’s Day 2022: Let’s break the bias

Here at Intopia, we try to make positive change in any and every way that we possibly can. One of the areas that we want to see change is women in technology. We want to see women in more leadership roles across the board, driving innovation and taking charge in…

Intopia Webinar: The Business Case for Accessibility – 7 April 2022

On Thursday 7 April, Intopia will be hosting a free webinar at 1pm AEST presented by Intopia co-founder and Managing Director, Stewart Hay, on the business case for accessibility. The webinar is free to attend through Zoom. In his presentation, Stewart will point out the benefits for companies to offer…

Intopia Webinar: Accessible names and descriptions – 9 February 2022

On Wednesday 9 February, Intopia will be hosting a free webinar at 1pm AEDT presented by Russ Weakley (our Head of Inclusive Training) on accessible names and descriptions. The webinar is free to attend through Zoom.  Accessible names and descriptions are used to identify elements on a webpage including buttons…