Sydney Living Museums
Hyde Park Barracks, one of Sydney Living Museums main venues, are reinventing it self and building a new world class interactive exhibition. As a government owned museum so inclusivity and accessibility for everyone is obviously important. Anywhere they interacts with their audience. Our job were to create a plan to make their digital presence as inclusive and accessible as their new exhibition.
- User interviews
- WCAG 2.1 Accessibility strategy
- Page modelling & Wireframes
- Report writing
Workshops and research playbacks
Due to the research heavy nature of the project we ran many workshops and playbacks with the client.
After interviewing people with disabilities about how they use the web I created personas. When working with accessibility the personas becomes even more important because of the extra layer of difficulty the users have when interacting with the site.
Page-model playbacks is a good way to make sure that we captured everything from the discovery phase.
Even though the goal of the project was to create a Inclusivity Plan, wireframes are a really good tool to communicate ideas and make all of the strategic work come alive. To become tangible which is important inorder to discuss an evolve the ideas.