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Shouldn't everybody know what you are trying to say?

Organisations invest heavily in their communications to try and reach the widest audience possible. But what if what you're producing isn't accessible?

With an ever increasing amount of videos being used as a primary method of communication it is more important than ever to consider how you make these available to the BSL community.  Have you tried watching a video on YouTube with the sound off? Try it, see how much of that company's message reaches you. 

We don't believe that making your information accessible should be something you are forced to do, it should be a seamless part of your communication strategy and in fact when completed successfully can result in something beautiful. 

Access is easy, fast and inexpensive - get in touch to see how we can help you. 

After all, if you’re spending a lot of money on marketing and communication why wouldn’t you make sure everyone knew what you were saying?  

A fully accessible video including subtitles and BSL

Signed Culture (Arts website)

Macmillan - Having surgery for cancer

BSL Daily Devotions - Ramon Woolfe

St Paul's Multimedia tour in BSL: ATS Heritage.

BSL Daily Devotions - Clark Denmark

Macmillan - Having Radiotherapy

BSL Daily Devotions - Elizabeth Thomas-Morton

In Flanders Fields by 9 years old Layla

BMS World Mission - Nepal