Imperial War Museum – accessible map by Acuity Design

Posted on 07. Aug, 2014 by in Business, Featured

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Stroud-based Acuity Design write: In July 2014, the Imperial War Museum in London, reopened after a major refit. In the new World War One gallery is an accessible map that Acuity Design created. It combines tactile and clear colours to enable people with physical and cognitive impairments to understand where they are and comprehend their journey through the gallery. It’s a simple, clear map that enables greater enjoyment by providing enough information without too much demand in either time or cognition

Talk to us if you want to provide accessible information in your museum or visitor attraction

See also quick video of the signed introduction to the new WW1 gallery at the Imperial War Museum.: http://youtu.be/e62iObFlSqU?list=UUSgQs4ouGR9MEHPb3PUXLCg

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