We want your feedback on the South Australian Government’s Online Accessibility Policy.

What is being decided?

We are inviting key stakeholders, public sector employees and the general public to provide feedback on the State Government of South Australia's Online Accessibility Policy.

The online accessibility policy aims to ensure that all members of the South Australian community are able to access government information and services online. The policy defines the minimum accessibility requirements for government websites and online services, including website design, content and functionality. Once implemented, the policy will ensure that all government websites and online platforms are accessible to those living with a disability. 

View the policy:

Draft online accessibility policy (PDF 393KB)
Draft online accessibility policy (Word 126KB)

What are the changes?

Online accessibility is guided by internationally recognised web accessibility standards (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 and 2.1).

View the WCAG 2 quick reference guide to what makes websites and other online platforms accessible. They range from choice of colours, to how images and videos are presented, to website navigation and content, and how hyperlinks are displayed to ensure compatibility with online accessibility tools (such as screen readers).

Find out more.

How you can get involved

Read the South Australian Government Online Accessibility Policy and provide your input by:

How will your input be used?

Community feedback will be reviewed and considered for inclusion in the final Online Accessibility Policy.

Feedback will also be used to shape the Online Accessibility Toolkit, which will used to support government agencies in the understanding, creation and delivery of accessibility of new government online platforms.

Contact details

For general enquiries, please phone (08) 8226 2379 or email onlineaccessibility@sa.gov.au.

 

Closing date: Thursday 31 January 2019

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