Accessibility Unlocked is a group of like minded individuals, all eager to change the shape of game development in Australia & New Zealand. Made up of disabled, neurodiverse, gender diverse, queer and allies, we believe in raising the profile, awareness, connections, and understanding of accessibility in the games industry, especially locally. 
 

Co-founded by Meredith Hall & Cameron Hopkinson in May of 2019, with key contributors Zala Habib and Calliope Ryder, the initiative launched in August of 2019 to a resoundingly positive response. 

Media Coverage:

New initiative unlocks accessible games industry - Disability Support Guide

Accessibility Unlocked offers support to disabled developers in Australia and New Zealand - Games Industry.biz

‘Accessibility Unlocked’ Is A New Initiative To Promote Accessibility To Aussie and Kiwi Developers - Well Played

Accessibility Unlocked: Supporting Disabled Game Developers - ingames

Accessibility Unlocked Offers Support to Game Developers with Disabilities - Cool Blind Tech
 

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