How could people with accessibility needs take a more active role in the community of makers?


I’m Vita, a user researcher and MSc student at UCL. I’m exploring how people with accessibility needs could take a more active role in the community of makers.

I’m looking to find out what the main challenges are for spaces to become more accessible.

Would you have a moment to fill out a short questionnaire? There are 10 questions and it should take no longer than 4 minutes.

You need to be a founder, organiser, studio manager or otherwise involved with a hackspace, FabLab or makerspace.

Thanks for helping me out!

MSc Human-computer interaction with ergonomics
University College London

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Following this subject, has anybody had any success following the Disability Confident scheme?

We don’t (normally) have employers but it seems that following the guidance might be helpful?