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Assists people with disabilities - An accessible web site assists people with disabilities to use and interact with your web site.
Assists other groups that may have difficulty using the web - An accessible web site assists other groups that may have difficulty using the web by reducing the complexity of the site or providing alternatives.
Increases the usability of a site - An accessible web site is often a more usable site by including features that make finding, using and interacting with a site easier.
Accessibility is cost-effective - An accessible web site is cost-effective because it can reduce the need to provide information in alternative (hard copy) formats, as well as reduce some technical and equipment requirements.
Provides best practice examples to other Australian web sites - An accessible Government web site provides an example that other Australian web sites can emulate.
Improves public perception of Government - An accessible web site provides good service to a larger number of people, creating a better return on your investment. In turn, this creates a favorable perception of Government.
State Government has a duty to its citizens - An accessible web site is part of our Government's duty to the people. This duty includes facilitating communication to all members of the public.
It is the law - An accessible site complies with the Commonwealth Disability Discrimination Act . This Act requires that information be provided to all people without discriminating on the basis of disability.
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