KreativeInc Creates Website for Autism Museum
Leeds-based KreativeInc Agency creates new website for autism museum research project.
19:32 22 June 2021
Leeds-based KreativeInc Agency has launched a new website to support a museum research project led by Sporting Heritage CIC.
The research project, with aims to develop the understanding of how to better include an autistic audience and workforce, involves Leeds Museum and galleries, Swarthmore College and the British Golf Museum.
Co-founder of KreativeInc Agency Mr Gamble, who also has autism, said: "Web accessibility and neurodiversity inclusion are not tick-box exercises to meet standards. They are about people and how to accommodate their needs to include them in society. We want to make the term accessibility personal and desirable. That's why we make businesses aware of the struggles of the individual disabled user, highlighting at the same time the benefits of including a widely neglected customer base as a valuable target audience.”
Sporting Heritage Founding Director, Dr Justine Reilly, added: "We are passionate about ensuring that our Sporting Heritage and neurodiversity projects are inclusive for everybody – both virtually and physically. The Neurodiverse Museum project website and working with KreativeInc Agency are important parts of a continuing process in allowing us to achieve this."