Getting to know you – Darren

Continuing the series of helping you get to know our awesome team, meet Darren Chew! Darren has recently celebrated his first birthday with us, having joined the Intopia crew in February 2019. We sat down with Darren to ask about the highlights of his career in accessibility thus far, his…

Getting to know you – Zoë

Continuing the series of helping you get to know our awesome team, meet Zoë Haughton! Zoë is doing an amazing job flying the flag for Intopia in New Zealand and is actively involved in the NZ accessibility scene. We sat down with Zoë to chat about her journey to a…

How to record or share your iPhone screen

There’s lots of reasons why you might need to record or share your iPhone screen. During training I live-demo accessibility features: VoiceOver, Voice Control, and Dynamic Text. I share issues I’ve found in mobile apps and websites while using these features. I prefer to record scenarios for presentations, I don’t…

Intopia takes global accessibility to new levels with international alliance

Intopia are proud to announce that we have joined an international alliance of accessibility leaders. As organisations take a global outlook on the delivery of their services, they need help to navigate both regional and cultural accessibility standards. We believe the best way to support these organisations is through a…

Clarity is key for important messaging

I suspect we’re all a little worried at the moment about the state of the world. Many of us are reading, watching and listening to whatever we can to get an understanding of what it means. How are we affected by social distancing and other rules that aim to stop…

CSUN 2020: Done and dusted

Let’s get this out of the way: CSUN 2020 was weird. As news of the COVID-19 pandemic flew around the world, CSUN attendee cancellations rolled in. Sponsors, companies, individuals, the rollcall was long and illustrious. As other large gatherings were postponed, cancelled, or put online, everyone waited for the inevitable…

Getting to know you – Vanessa

Continuing the series of helping you get to know our awesome team, meet Vanessa Grech! Ness is one of our latest recruits, having joined us in October 2019. We sat down with Ness to ask about her career highlights thus far, what drew her to the field of accessibility, and…

International Women’s Day 2020: Each For Equal

Here at Intopia, we strive to make positive change wherever we can. Not just on particular days, but every single day. One of the areas we want to see change in is women in technology. We want to see more women in leadership roles, driving innovation and improving accessibility and…

Intopia contributes to the W3C’s Introduction to Accessibility course

We’re so excited to share that two members of the Intopia team, Andrew Arch and Sarah Pulis, have contributed the fifth and final module to W3C’s new online course! Online and free, this Introduction to Web Accessibility provides a good foundation in accessibility for digital professionals. The course includes 5…

Getting to know you – Claire

Continuing the series of helping you get to know our awesome team, meet Claire Webber! Claire is one of the newest members of the Intopia crew, having joined us in October 2019. She’s also currently our solo South Australian representative. We sat down with Claire to ask about the highlights…

Intopia’s headed to CSUN 2020!

We’re very excited that six members of our team will soon be making the trek from the land down under to the 35th CSUN Assistive Technology Conference in Anaheim, California! The conference provides an inclusive setting for researchers, practitioners, exhibitors, end users, speakers and other participants to share knowledge and…

Getting to know you – Julie

Continuing the series of helping you get to know our awesome team, meet Julie Grundy! Julie is doing an amazing job flying the flag for Intopia in Western Australia, and is actively involved in the WA accessibility scene. We sat down with Julie to chat about her career highlights, life…