Interaction Design, AR VR Research, School of Creative Industries, Faculty of Education and Arts
SMARTlab and School of Creative Industries from the University of Newcastle have been working with the Center for Inclusive Design in various community engagement initiatives.
One of the key collaborations is to look at how assistive and emerging technologies can be used to develop a Virtual Reality (VR) museum gallery experience. This is an on-going project and such initiative has allowed us to combine immersive technology and social-good elements. We look forward to exploring more with CFID in many coming projects.
Operations & Communications Director, Diversity Council Australia
Inclusive Design should be a priority for all organisations but it is not always a straight forward process and involves an investment of time, effort and expertise.
Diversity Council Australia has been delighted to use the services of the Centre for Inclusive Design to ensure our website meets appropriate accessibility standards. We have also drawn upon their invaluable expertise to bring insights on the benefits of Inclusive Design to a wider community of DCA members.
Managing Editor, NPS Medicine Wise (Teresa Vaccaro)
I am very happy to recommend Centre for Inclusive Design to prospective clients. They are experts in accessibility, are friendly and professional to deal with, and are willing to go the extra mile to make sure your products are the best they can be.
Advisor Diversity and Inclusion, NSW Public Service Commission (Alyce Umback)
CFID managed their involvement in our e-Learning project well and provided the audit results in a timely and clear manner with excellent post-audit support. We would use their services again.