Accessibility Unlocked has three primary goals. First, to create a community and network for disabled developers. Second, to curate resources that explore the local challenges and opportunities within Australia and New Zealand. And third, to further accessibility success by connecting abled and disabled developers. In short, the team works to broaden "the profile, awareness, connections, and understanding of accessibility in the games industry." Though the group emphasizes the importance of creating local opportunities, readers outside of Oceania will still find value in the Resources posted on the site. These materials include accessibility guides for games and websites, resources for disabled developers, and tips for creating inclusive events. Plus, readers will find information on the group's worldwide, month-long game jam. To stay up-to-date on Accessibility Unlocked's activities sign up for the mailing list and follow the group on Twitter (@accessunlockanz). Readers will also find links to the core team members' social media accounts under Team.