At Webbism we understand the needs of the end user. That’s why we work with your organisation to offer training, compliance reviews, user testing rectification, planning, advice, workshops and ongoing implementation support tailored to your requirements.
Web accessibility is completely central to our work process. When we consult on projects with our clients we don’t draw on web accessibility as a special consideration, rather, we focus on meeting the needs of the end user.
This allows us to focus on individual diversity. We all know that there is no magic pixie dust to make websites accessible for every human variation, so we use the tools, processes and thankfully, some common-sense to identify barriers and make user experience our first responsibility.
Charlie spent his early career as a sales executive before pursuing his passion for digital in 2008. After working in business development he shifted his focus to the web accessibility field in 2010 before starting Webbism. An organisational member of Vision Australia since 2002, Charlie is currently studying a BA in Internet Communications at Curtin University. Some of his achievements include the Millennium Award for Excellence for People with Disabilities. He is also the founder of the Brisbane Web Accessibility & Inclusive Design Meetup group as well as the Accessibility Reference Group leader for the Emergency 2.0 Wiki. Charlie is accredited with Web Accessibility Compliance through the University of South Australia.
Rebecca has over 10 years experience in the not-for-profit marketing sector and 2 years experience within advertising. Extensive experience in the disability sector, Rebecca has applied knowledge and understanding of the NDIS (DisabilityCare Australia) and can consult with our clients in the not-for-profit sector for applying accessibility best practices to new projects.
Mark brings a wealth of experience to our team both in development skills and web accessibility overall. As a person who has had a vision impairment all his life, Mark is passionate about sharing his knowledge about the importance of accessible information and inclusive web technologies. Mark acts as Webbism’s user testing consultant for all new projects.