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17 May 2022

Accessibility foundations PART 3: the ultimate content guide

So you’ve just been handed over your brand-spanking new website, boasting a highly accessible design that meets AA or even AAA standards and supports all kinds of users. Well done you! You’re helping so many people with disabilities be able to access your information.

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19 October 2021

Accessibility foundations PART 2: what are web accessibility guidelines?

Perhaps you’ve already heard WCAG standards been talked about in relation to your website? For us here at Freerange, we hold accessibility in high regard and follow the globally shared standard for web content accessibility very closely.

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Statistic - just over half of Australians aged 65 and over live with a disability

8 July 2021

Accessibility foundations PART 1: what is accessibility and why is it important?

The complexities of accessibility can be daunting. But think about how daunting it could be for someone with a disability who is trying to find information on your website. There are many different components to understand and consider when creating a design that allows users with a disability to access your information with ease. Let’s break down accessibility and the standards to aspire to.

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Mancala voice logo with tagline: Presented by Freerange Future.

19 November 2018

We developed a game! Mancala Voice.

Over the course of 2018, we have been working hard to create a mobile game – one that is simple, fun and can be enjoyed by everyone. We fundamentally believe that games - just like websites - should be accessible to everyone. This is the story of how we created Mancala Voice and what we learnt along the way.

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FF 2018 eBook Accessibility Blog

23 October 2018

6 beautiful and accessible websites

This is the fourth and final instalment of The Internet is for Everyone eBook series. Read the rest of our blogs here.

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A white airplane is pointing into a blue square with a gaping hole. Both shapes are on a yellow background.

24 September 2018

7 Principles of universal design

This is part 3 of The Internet is for Everyone blog series. Read our previous blogs on website accessibility here.

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