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Barclays Premier League & THFC Open for Business

We’re honoured to be asked to present at Barclays Premier League’s inaugural Open for Business event with Tottenham Hotspur FC and Foundation. The event showcased practical examples of what works well alongside representatives from proactive clubs, Barclays banking group and inclusion representatives from the Premier…

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Supporting NHS Five Year Forward View

The NHS has dramatically improved over the past fifteen years and there is a plan for a better future. This ‘Forward View’ sets out a clear direction for the NHS – showing why change is needed and what it should look like. The sustainability of…

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VisitEngland inclusive destination case study

PhotoRoute case study with Visit England Suzanne Mantell, Visitor Services Manager at VisitBrighton said “We are delighted to be working with PhotoRoute and view the new walking maps as a very important addition to our information on accessible Brighton. We are sure they will inspire…

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Tottenham Hotspur FC way-finding app

Tottenham Hotspur FC has become the first in the Premier League to give its fans access to the revolutionary PhotoRoute app The app’s inclusive design helps people across a range of disabilities, including physical disabilities and learning difficulties. PhotoRoute can also assist fans who do not…

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Community led independent travel training project

Inclusive technology enhances independent travel training for SEN students Enabled City’s expertise came from recognising a lack of service for people with disabilities, from the very start (2000) we decided that people with learning disabilities were the right group to work with to ensure information is…

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PhotoRoute integration with iBeacon

“Enabled City constantly utilizes the newest technology available to improve upon and expand our services” What is iBeacon? iBeacon is a new bluetooth based system that pinpoints a mobile device’s location and upload’s that personal info such as their location and profile into to a…

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Why inclusive design matters

Our richly diverse populations are ageing, we’re technically capable and expect smart services to work intuitively – we have one opportunity to attract a new customer. According to Disability Rights UK, 83% of disabled people had ‘walked away’ from making a purchase, unable or unwilling…

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Making the Game Accessible For All

Redefining Accessibility in Football Stadiums Premier League football clubs have fallen under fire from the BBC. Earlier this week an article titled Premier League Clubs ‘failing disabled fans’ highlights some of the major annoyances held by disabled fans over high ticket prices and inadequate seating….

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The Quality of the Away Fan’s Experience is Slipping

Transportation and Ticket Prices Increase without Major Improvements to Customer Service and Convenience English Premier League football clubs are experiencing an all-time surge of popularity. Last season saw the highest average attendance in the premier league in fifty years. But despite the high attendance figures,…

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Accessibility added to FA’s Equality Policy

Word-Bank is a really easy tool to add to websites, it makes text heavy information fun to access and accessible to a much wider audience. For an example we’ve copied the Football Association’s Equality Policy into this page – turn Word-Bank on from the left hand pull out…

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