Hynt exists to make the arts in Wales more accessible to D/deaf, disabled and neurodivergent people. This Impact Report examines the effectiveness of the scheme through research with stakeholders.
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This is a ‘how to recruit, manage and support volunteers’ guide produced as part of the Digital Skills for Heritage’s Digital Volunteering programme. 1. Project background The Heritage Access 2022 project looked at accessibility and inclusion across museums and cultural heritage sites in the UK. It is crucial that heritage organisations offer detailed, accessible, and … Read more
PDF content is inaccessible, creates a poor user experience, and yet somehow, it persists. Whether you’re trying to understand if PDFs are really that bad, or you’re trying to make the case for getting rid of them in your organisation, content strategist Lauren Pope, Founder and Director at La Pope, tells you what you need … Read more
Lewis Roden, the Arts Marketing Association‘s (AMA) Member Community Manager, set himself the task of seeing 100 live shows in a year. In the second of a series following his progress, Lewis gives us his observations on what makes signage successful.
Ell Powell, Senior Content Writer at the digital agency Splitpixel shares tips on how to make your websites, digital content and social media more accessible.
Good colour contrast makes sure everyone can access your content. Find out how to check for low contrast and what you need to do to be legally compliant. By James Barber for Scope.
GALWAD was a story told in real-time over seven days online, on TV and live from Wales. Committed to radical inclusion from the start, GALWAD set out to change the story by changing the storytellers – with inclusive casting, multiple languages, accessible formats and a collaborative creative process involving over 400 creatives and communities across … Read more
A VocalEyes, in partnership with Stagetext, Autism in Museums and the Centre for Accessible Environments report highlighting the importance of online access information for the UK museum and heritage sector. It also tracks the changes in the state of access over the past four years from 2018 to 2022.
Sina Bahram challenges us to use principles from universal and inclusive design to help us open up our buildings, content, programming, and experiences. Keynote address delivered at Tessitura Learning & Community Conference.
1. What do we mean by an accessible website? Accessibility is all about recognising the barriers that we, as a society, have put in place; barriers that limit who is able to access and participate in the world. Disabled people, d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing people, people with experiences of mental health challenges, those with … Read more