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Make your print-style content digitally accessible

If you’re publishing your brochures and other print online it’s key to make sure your digital content is accessible.  Kathryn Mason at Substrakt looks at options that make sure your content works for users with access needs.

Accessibility: a website for everyone

Irrespective of how a website is accessed or navigated, what device is used, internet connection, software, language, location, or ability, a website should work for everyone.  Substrakt, digital agency specialising in the cultural sector, talks us through how making a website more accessible naturally results in it being more usable for everyone.

The impact of everyday creativity on community identity and cohesion

This fascinating short essay by the Creative Director and Producer Alex O’Toole explores the renewal of domestic creativity as a powerful radical act. It was commissioned by LeftCoast, Arts Council England’s Creative People and Places project for Blackpool and Fleetwood following conversations about their Inside Out programme using hyper local culture and creativity to empower … Read more

Best Practice Recruitment Guide for Creative Leaders

This excellent guide has been developed by Creative & Cultural Skills to help employers reflect on how they might currently approach recruitment and offers simple steps that could help a business reach beyond the norm. It supports employers to understand what diversity and inclusivity really mean, and the moral, social and legal implications of truly embracing … Read more

Rethinking Recruitment

Practical and inclusive ideas for attracting and hiring great people into customer and donor relationship management roles in the cultural sector. A guide by Spektrix.

UK Disability Arts Alliance 2021 Survey Report

The UK Disability Arts Alliance 2021 Survey Report is the first to focus specifically on the impact of the pandemic on disabled people and organisations in arts & culture. The survey reveals an alarmingly fragile cultural environment for disabled people, full of intersectional inequalities. The Survey Report has been compiled by Alistair Gentry and edited by Andrew … Read more

#WeShallNotBeRemoved: 7 principles to ensure an inclusive recovery

We Shall Not Be Removed has worked in partnership with Ramps on the Moon, Attitude is Everything, Paraorchestra, and What Next? to create a new guide for the arts and entertainment sectors to support disability inclusion. Their Seven Inclusive Principles for Arts & Cultural Organisations working safely through COVID-19 is designed to complement the suite of guidance documents already issued by UK … Read more