The phrase ‘you don’t know what you don’t know’ rings true when it comes to web accessibility – don’t let a gap in your knowledge stop you from building better digital products and services.
Key to the Discoverly approach to web accessibility is starting with knowledge and learning – we offer a range of value-packed training workshops and educational activities as outlined on this page.
Our approach to web accessibility is grounded in knowledge and learning. All of our training workshops and educational activities are designed to meet you and your team where you’re at, building your skills effectively and efficiently.
Whether you’re a product lead looking to upskill your team, or a marketing manager wanting to boost your knowledge in digital, we’ve got you covered. Explore our range of workshops and activities below.
When you’re learning something new, getting hands-on is a great way to make sure your knowledge sticks. Our workshops take the mystery out of web accessibility and turn it into something practical – it’s not just about ‘ticking all the boxes’, but also about building empathy for people of all abilities.
Not sure where to start? ‘The inaccessible web’ and ‘The tool is not the test’ workshops are a great foundation. They’re aimed at giving you a good understanding of the key concepts of web accessibility, designed to get you and your team thinking and discussing, and to build empathy around the topic.
Discoverly also offer a range of upskilling and awareness activities that you and your team can enjoy. Some examples include –
Ask us about what activities might suit your team and where you’re at.
Are you hosting a digital event, conference or webinar and need an expert to present on web accessibility?
You can book Discoverly’s Director, Chris Burke, to be your next keynote speaker.
Chris has led workshops with some of Australia’s leading brands, like Kmart and Bunnings, as well as spoken at key industry events.