We were approached to research and design a printed accessibility guide for Britain’s seventh largest tourist attraction the National Maritime Museum. The focus was on creating the best possible means of disabled visitors making their way around the museum.
Visibility through colour
An informative and simple access guide was created, allowing disabled visitors to navigate the museum easily. We developed a tailored approach, using hand-sketched symbols on a contrasting coloured background for maximum impact, allowing partially sighted users to get around the space with ease.
Design strategy with clarity
To ensure that DDA requirements were met for the disabled, we spent large amounts of time researching and reviewing our solution to create the best possible result for both visitors and the museum.
Working to a budget and deadline was paramount to delivering a successful Access guide.
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