Is your web site, information, communications and engagement reaching everyone?

To be certain of this you need to know how your audiences perceive your communications and organisation.

Our unique "real world" testing, consulting and training let you know how real people engage with your communications, your organisation and how to change.

If you want to move from accessibility and inclusion as ad hoc add-ons to business as usual, contact us to find out how.

Latest News

New Year. New Challenges

A Happy and accessible new year to our customers and friends!

It looks like 2016 brings with it some encouraging access developments. The New Zealand government is considering ratifying the Marrakesh Treaty, which will increase the availability of printed books to blind and vision impaired New Zealanders. A very positive and welcome development.

On the arts access front the New Zealand Festival is increasing accessibility options for blind and Deaf patrons with NZ Sign Language and audio described performances. Accessibility information about venues and performances is also available on an accessibility page on the Festival web site.

But there's still much to be done in the world of information access. We look forward to working with you. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. Contact us to find out more about working with us on your information and communication accessibility challenges.

Kerb cut showing textured surface

Kerb cuts help wheelchair users (and also prams, shopping trolleys, wheeled luggage.  The brightly coloured textured surface indicate where it's safe to stand and can be detected by touch.