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Inclusive Design Practices: Strategies and Skills for Museum Practitioner

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This hands‐on workshop invites participants to learn about inclusive design principles and develop basic accessibility assessment skills. In the first half, participants will employ accessibility standards developed at the Canada Science and Technology Museum and the Canadian Museum for Human Rights to evaluate various exhibits. Findings and ideas for remediation will be shared in small group discussions. In the second half of the workshop, participants will use interactive design process to develop an inclusive exhibit or activity. This will include idea generation, mock‐ups, testing, and re‐ 5 designs. The workshop will close with a roundtable discussion focusing on best practices for museums hoping to improve their site’s accessibility and capacity to work inclusively. Throughout the morning, participants will be encouraged to ask questions, work collaboratively, and solicit feedback on their ideas.

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Inclusive Design Practices: Strategies and Skills for Museum Practitioner

  1. 1. Corey Timpson VP, Exhibitions, Research, and Design Canadian Museum for Human Rights corey.timpson@humanrights.ca
 @coreytimpson Inclusive Design Practices Strategies and Skills for Museum Practitioners CMA : 2017.04.05 Gabrielle Trépanier
 Audit and Evaluation Canada Science & Technology Museum gtrepanier@techno-science.ca
  2. 2. Inclusive Design
  3. 3. PREMISE Rather than design and develop something and then figure out how to make it accessible, we design with all audiences, and all abilities, in mind from the outset. “Inclusion” would also address cultural, linguistic, and other dynamics of difference. Inclusive Design
  4. 4. METHODOLOGY . Inclusive Design Advisory Council (IDAC) . IDAC-WG Make informed business decisions. Build awareness among staff, visitors, and museum field. Inclusive Design
  5. 5. IMPLICATIONS . facilities construction and management . exhibit design & fabrication . digital software design & development . media design & production . product invention . partnerships . leadership recognition Inclusive Design
  6. 6. EXHIBIT DESIGN & FABRICATION . Environmental Scan . Smithsonian Accessibility Guidelines . Museum of Science London, Building Accessible Exhibitions. . Musée de la civilisation Québec . National Building Code . Provincial Building Code . WCAG 2.0 . + more Inclusive Design
  7. 7. EXHIBIT DESIGN & FABRICATION Inclusive Design
  8. 8. EXHIBIT DESIGN & FABRICATION Inclusive Design
  9. 9. EXHIBIT DESIGN & FABRICATION Inclusive Design
  10. 10. EXHIBIT DESIGN & FABRICATION Inclusive Design
  11. 11. EXHIBIT DESIGN & FABRICATION Inclusive Design
  12. 12. EXHIBIT DESIGN & FABRICATION Inclusive Design
  13. 13. EXHIBIT DESIGN & FABRICATION Inclusive Design
  14. 14. Inclusive Design REDUNDENCY
  15. 15. REDUNDENCY Inclusive Design
  16. 16. DIGITAL SOFTWARE DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT Inclusive Design
  17. 17. DIGITAL SOFTWARE DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT Inclusive Design
  18. 18. DIGITAL SOFTWARE DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT Inclusive Design
  19. 19. DIGITAL SOFTWARE DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT Inclusive Design
  20. 20. DIGITAL SOFTWARE DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT Inclusive Design
  21. 21. DIGITAL SOFTWARE DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT Inclusive Design
  22. 22. MEDIA DESIGN & PRODUCTION Inclusive Design
  23. 23. MEDIA DESIGN & PRODUCTION Inclusive Design
  24. 24. MEDIA DESIGN & PRODUCTION Inclusive Design
  25. 25. MEDIA DESIGN & PRODUCTION Inclusive Design
  26. 26. PRODUCT DESIGN & INVENTION Inclusive Design
  27. 27. PRODUCT DESIGN & INVENTION Inclusive Design
  28. 28. Mobile Guide
  29. 29. Mobile Guide MOBILE APP . Driver for development was Inclusive Design . available for iOS and Android . in English and French
  30. 30. MOBILE APP . Driver for development was Inclusive Design . available for iOS and Android . in English and French . and ASL, LSQ, and DA Mobile Guide
  31. 31. MOBILE APP Mobile Guide
  32. 32. MOBILE APP Mobile Guide
  33. 33. MOBILE APP Mobile Guide
  34. 34. MOBILE APP Mobile Guide
  35. 35. The Road
  36. 36. Road ECOSYSTEM 95 digital installations +100 hours of video 100,000 words of text +300 objects/artefacts 19 Mixed Media / Immersive Environments 1 Web site 1 Mobile Program Digital Signage System (5 different instances)
  37. 37. ECOSYSTEM Q. How did we accomplish this? Road
  38. 38. Road ECOSYSTEM Q. How did we accomplish this? A. Prototyping, testing, at every phase through an iterative process.
  39. 39. Road ECOSYSTEM - IMMERSIVE
  40. 40. Road ECOSYSTEM - IMMERSIVE
  41. 41. Road ECOSYSTEM - OTHER (GESTURE)
  42. 42. Road ECOSYSTEM - OTHER (GESTURE)
  43. 43. ECOSYSTEM - OTHER (MIXED) Road
  44. 44. ECOSYSTEM - OTHER (MIXED) Road
  45. 45. ECOSYSTEM - OTHER (MIXED) Road
  46. 46. ECOSYSTEM - LINEAR (REALLY, IMMERSIVE) Road
  47. 47. ECOSYSTEM - LINEAR (REALLY, IMMERSIVE) Road
  48. 48. ECOSYSTEM - LINEAR (REALLY, IMMERSIVE) Road
  49. 49. Facilities
  50. 50. Facilities ABOVE AND BEYOND . Building Code (Provincial, National) . Best Practice . Input from the CCD and others
  51. 51. ABOVE AND BEYOND Facilities
  52. 52. ABOVE AND BEYOND Facilities
  53. 53. ABOVE AND BEYOND Facilities
  54. 54. Take-Away
  55. 55. OUR WORK IS NEVER DONE . We have a methodology of continued evolution . CMHR Inclusive Design Policy . CMHR Standards “Anthology” . Hard of Hearing (Neck Loops, Induction Broadcast, Induction Tech) . Perpetual iteration and adaptation Take-Away
  56. 56. SIGHT UNSEEN Take-Away
  57. 57. METHODOLOGY . the work is never done (it continues on) . iteration (prototyping, testing, at every phase) . include and involve people . accept and embrace criticism Take-Away
  58. 58. METHODOLOGY . the work is never done (it continues on) . iteration (prototyping, testing, at every phase) . include and involve people . accept and embrace criticism OUR GREATEST SUCCESS . Inclusive Design thinking has become a key characteristic of our corporate culture. Take-Away
  59. 59. CSTMC Accessibility Standards for Exhibitions http://documents.techno-science.ca/documents/ CSTMCAccessibilityStandardsIllustratedDec.2016.pdf Inclusive Design - CMHR - Approach to Execution http://mw2016.museumsandtheweb.com/paper/inclusive-design-from- approach-to-execution/ The Great Canadian Quest for an Inclusively Rich Experience
 http://name-aam.org/uploads/downloadables/ EXH.fall_15/7.%20EXH%20Fall%202015_Timpson.pdf Links
  60. 60. Corey Timpson VP, Exhibitions, Research, and Design Canadian Museum for Human Rights corey.timpson@humanrights.ca
 @coreytimpson Inclusive Design Practices Strategies and Skills for Museum Practitioners CMA : 2017.04.05 Gabrielle Trépanier
 Audit and Evaluation Canada Science & Technology Museum gtrepanier@techno-science.ca

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