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Preparing for your software project

Meghan Lodwick

Preparation can be a major game-changer for a successful software development project. The process of identifying organisation needs, ROI and planning ahead will help you determine the value of your project and how you can contribute to its success.

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Designing for accessibility series

Meghan Lodwick

Accessibility is an important part of web design and software development. We have created a series of resources to help make your digital elements more accessible to all.

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Designng for users who are blind, have low vision or are colour blind - a Kiandra series on accessible design in software development

Designing for blind, low vision or colour blind

Cassie Wallace

With 4.5% of the global population experiencing colour blindness, 4% experiencing low vision, and another 0.6% being blind – visual difficulties with using the web are quite prevalent.

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Designing for people who are mobility-imparied - a Kiandra series of accessibility guidelines for sofrware development


Cassie Wallace

When people are mobility-impaired, meaning their gross motor skills are limited, their ability to navigate the technological world is impacted.

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Designing for users with dyslexia - a Kiandra series on how develop software with accessible design

Designing for users with dyslexia

Cassie Wallace

Dyslexia is estimated to affect some 10% of the Australian population. Although this may be a conservative estimate as many people are left undiagnosed.

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Designing for users who are deaf or hard of hearing - a Kiandra series on accessible design

Designing for users that are deaf and hard-of-hearing

Cassie Wallace

In Australia, 1 in 6 people currently experience hearing loss—the Australian government expects the number of people with a hearing impairment to double to an estimated 7.8 million people in 2060

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Designing for users with anxiety and panic disorders - one part of a series of accessibility criteria by Kiandra

Accessibility for anxiety and panic disorders

Cassie Wallace

In Australia, around 5 per cent of the population experience panic disorder in their life, and 1 in 5 people experience anxiety. That’s millions and millions of people.

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Software for people of all abilities

Cassie Wallace

Everyone should be able to use your software and designing for different abilities should be the focus throughout the entire software industry.

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Stuart Harris - Kiandra custom software developer and Outsystems Champion

Structuring Applications in OutSystems

Stuart Harris

In the following video, Kiandra Software Development Lead, Stuart Harris, explains how to structure applications in OutSystems.

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