Webinar: Transitioning to WCAG 2.1

Has your organisation transitioned to WCAG 2.1?

After almost a decade, the global standard for web accessibility changed in June last year. The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 became WCAG 2.1.

With an extended set of requirements to support people with disability and mobile phone users, it was an important step to ensure online inclusion for everyone.

However, the challenge for organisations is in understanding the changes in order to successfully transition to the new standard.

Thankfully, following their highly successful webinar on making digital accessibility part of your DNA, Intopia’s Sarah Pulis and Andrew Arch are back to help you do just that! 

Who’ll benefit from this webinar? 

  • ICT teams
  • D&I and HR practitioners interested in digital inclusion
  • Anyone involved in digital design and delivery
  • People Leaders who want to gain an understanding of accessibility in policy and practice

A must-watch for organisations looking to boost their ICT scores in our Access and Inclusion Index! 

What you’ll learn

WCAG 2.1 is an extension of WCAG 2.0. The new requirements can increase the accessibility of your services for users with low vision and cognitive and learning disability, as well as mobile phone users.

In this session, Sarah and Andrew will give you:

  • An overview of all new WCAG 2.1 requirements
  • A deep dive into the most complex WCAG 2.1 requirements
  • Guidance on who in your team is responsible for implementing each requirement

About the presenters

Intopia’s Sarah Pulis and Andrew Arch are all about creating an inclusive digital world.

Sarah is a co-founder and director of Intopia. She led accessibility services at Media Access Australia and PwC before starting Intopia in 2015. Sarah is also founder of A11y Bytes and A11Y Camp, which have grown to be Australia's largest events on digital accessibility and inclusion.

Andrew is a principal consultant with Intopia and has worked in digital accessibility for more than 20 years. He established the digital access team at Vision Australia, worked on ageing and disability at the W3C in Europe, and recently led accessibility and inclusivity efforts in digital transformation in Australia Government.

Webinar details

  • Date: Friday, 11 October 2019
  • Time: 12.30pm to 1.30pm
  • Cost: Free
  • Who can attend: Any employee of an AND Member organisation 


Registrations for this event have now closed. Please contact events@and.org.au if you require assistance.