Inclusive Design: Principles and practice for interpretation

We're sorry, but all tickets sales have ended because the event is expired.

Check the principles and consider practical ways to deliver inclusive interpretation with this outline from Cassie Herschel-Shorland (MAHI), author of the AHI best-practice guideline about Inclusive interpretation.

Cassie will introduce some key considerations for integrating inclusive design effectively into your interpretation project. From planning a choice of communication formats to production and installation or programme. She will respond to your questions on specific challenges or barriers your projects, sites, collections or stories present in involving and welcoming deaf or disabled visitors.

Cassie is a freelance consultant working closely with heritage project teams, exhibition designers and interpretation specialists on making heritage sites, their history and stories inclusive.

Involvement of deaf and disabled people in the team is central to inclusive planning and design, programme, operation and management. Including consideration for hidden disabilities and neurodiversity. Cassie’s experience covers exhibition design, access consultancy and historical illustration. She is a past committee member for AHI and an access consultant on the National Register of Access Consultants.


This webinar will be hosted by AHI Trustee, Philip Ryland (MAHI)

This webinar will be run on Zoom, register online and an invitation will be sent to you a day or two before the event.

This is one of a series of webinars based on AHI's set of best-practice guidelines which are available for AHI members to download for free from the AHI website.

  • Inclusive design
     June 15, 2022
     7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Inclusive Design: Principles and practice for interpretation
This website uses cookies to improve your experience. Here's our Privacy Policy.