Presentations and Publications

Robyn on stage with large slides of her presentation in background.

Robyn Hunt presenting in the 8x5 session at Webstock 2007.  Image courtesy Miraz Jordan

Getting the word out: Developing, communicating and using international conventions

By Robyn Hunt

This paper was first presented at the International Conference Disability, Disadvantage and Development in the Pacific and Asia in Canberra, October 2008. The conference was organised by the Development Studies network of the Australian National University in collaboration with the Australian Disability and Development Consortium. First published in the Development Bulletin Special Issue no. 73, April 2009. Republished with permission. 

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Everyone loves accessible web sites

By Robyn Hunt

Published in New Dialogue Spring 2009 NZ Federation of Voluntary Welfare Organisations

Accessible web sites are often seen as boring, and as a bit…well PC. But accessibility is important as without web-based information some people have few choices. It’s not too difficult or expensive to create a great site if you do the groundwork.

Here are ten things you can do that will make a difference to the accessibility of your site. Most of them should be done before you hire anyone to design and build the site.