Presenting Syrian civil society’s media productions

The International Commission on Missing Persons had planned to stage an exhibition of the films, posters, brochures and other media products produced by Syrian Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) at an

Sharing Disability Arts & Culture with the World

Disability Arts Online (DAO) was set up to advance disability arts and culture to as wide an audience as possible, supporting disabled artists by getting the word out about the fantastic art being pro

Promoting increased access to the arts for disabled artists and audiences

Commissioned by the British Council, Disability Arts International promotes the work of disabled artists, disabled-led companies and inclusive arts organisations. It also aims to share the ways arts o

Celebrating the tactile and sensory nature of inclusive theatre

Built for an innovative theatre company that specializes in productions for very young and disabled children. Oily Cart needed to have high accessibility as well as being engaging and imaginative. It

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Charting the Disability Arts Movement

National Disability Art Collection and Archive (NDACA) celebrates the work of creative people with disabilities, charting the Disability Arts Movements from the 1970’s to the mid 1990’s. T

Improving access to heritage for visually impaired visitors

We launched the Sensing Culture website in summer 2018 to showcase the HLF funded accessible heritage project lead by The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB). The Sensing Culture project i

Rate it! Product reviews for and by disabled and older people

July 2018 saw the release of a pilot project to deliver a product review tool for use and authored by disabled and older people. We worked alongside the Research Institute for Disabled Consumers (RiDC

Stories of locations associated with deaf and disabled people

Accentuate challenges perceptions of disability by providing life changing opportunities for Deaf and disabled people to participate and lead within the cultural sector. We developed Accentuate

Arts and heritage for blind and visually impaired people

VocalEyes help arts organisations identify and remove barriers for access and inclusion for blind and partially sighted people. They deliver around 160-180 live audio-described performances in th

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Your website must be accessible to all users and accessibility is measured by reaching AA compliance according to the WCAG 2.1

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Access user testing includes testing with disabled people with a range of access needs, some using assistive technologies and access tools to get online.

Choreography through visual sound

This app showcases the work, and working processes, of choreographer Chisato Minamimura. As a Deaf artist, she has a unique approach to choreography – creating what she calls “visual sound

Locations-based game for learning disabled people

SprungDigi is all about learning disabled people getting creative and connecting with the world through digital tech. It’s a project supported by Arts Council England and Horsham District Counci