The new National Archives of Australia (NAA) website Forced Adoptions was launched by former Prime Minister Julia Gillard on 21 March 2015 to coincide with the opening of an exhibition on forced adoption practices.
The 2014-15 financial year, particularly this latter half, is shaping up to be the year government in Australia finally starts journeying in earnest into the cloud. In the past two months alone we’ve seen stock photos of fluffy clouds blowing into articles about both Federal and State ventures. The New South Wales government for instance
As more and more news stories surface about social media sites, and individual profiles therein, helping, hindering and even instigating litigious proceedings, many businesses are developing Social Media Guidelines for staff engaging in these spaces on their behalf. Social media has its origins not in process, administration and red tape, but in sharing, communicating, friends,
You probably know what to say on your website and you’ve probably even got a good idea how to say it. But do you know how you have to say it? While you’re busy worrying about html templates and the perils of responsive design, if you want to ensure your site is ready for WCAG
Social media can be integrated with your website and is an increasingly significant ranking factor for search engines: Do you find that the promotion of shareable content is a great way to dive an increase in the number of inbound links for your website? The least effective websites around today are those that sit glumly in their