We are fortunate to be working on a number of projects globally; from large capital builds to small incubator projects and from rich multisensory experience design to enterprise architecture and capacity building. No matter the type of the project, our inclusive design methodology is applied as we endeavor to welcome the widest possible audience in an inclusive and operationally sustainable manner.
Helping make the new Field Museum website an accessible experience for all visitors.
A platform to make it easier to find and use accessible materials that support learning STEM concepts.
PAC consulted and advised Tessitura on building their new ticketing platform, TNEW, in a way that would be accessible for all users.
PAC collaborated with Cooper Hewitt to develop a braille labeling system for consuming rich exhibition information through an accessible mobile application.
A game for sighted users to find objects through image description created alongside expanding functionality of the Coyote software.
A review of visual brand identity to develop improvements to guidelines and implementation methods to make accessible products.
PAC ensures CMHR Policy and Governance follows inclusive design best practices.
PAC ensured that the exhibitions and digital interactives at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights are accessible.
PAC helped CMHR design a mobile application that was part of an inclusive design ecosystem.
A mobile application featuring guided tours that accompany robust tactile replicas of Andy Warhol artworks.
PAC helped Bootstrap build an accessible blocks-based programming environment.
A workshop for educators to learn the foundational skills necessary to teach students computer science using the Quorum programming language.
PAC worked with the MCA to make MCAChicago.org accessible.
The Coyote Project was built in collaboration with MCA Chicago to create a system for writing, editing, and publishing descriptions of art.
With Orbit Research, PAC created accessible features for the TI-84 Plus talking graphing calculator.
Developing new ways of engaging with exhibition content by using Amazon Alexa in concert with interpretive content.