Extraordinary Bodies – Good Practice and Language Guide
Diverse City and Extraordinary Bodies present a good practice and language guide around disability.
This guide is for our partners, for outside groups, agencies, communities, or indeed for any workspace, to support an understanding of how to use appropriate language and context.
Shape Arts – Accessible Marketing Guide
Shape Arts provides opportunities and support for disabled artists and cultural organisations, to build a more inclusive and representative cultural sector.
Shape offers a short resource guide for delivering more accessible printed marketing. From point size, to style of type and what to consider when writing your content.
How to reach D/deaf audiences
We worked with Extraordinary Bodies artist David Ellington to produce a guide in supporting organisations to understand how to reach and engage with Deaf audiences.
Plain English Guides
The Plain English Campaign have been campaigning against gobbledygook, jargon and misleading public information since 1979. They have helped government departments and other official organisations with their documents, reports and publications. They believe that everyone should have access to clear and concise information.
The Plain English Campaign offer a free to download guide: ‘How to write in Plain English Guide’, plus many more guides are available on their website offering plain english writing advice for legal documents, financial documents, reporting and websites.
Easy-Read-Online Limited is the leading company creating easy read documents which are great for people with learning disabilities. They are committed to making information available to people with a learning disability or low literacy in a clear and attractive way.
Find out more on their website about working with people with learning disabilities, and examples of Easy Read Documents. They also offer discounts for small voluntary organisations and charities.
The Culture Hive – Cultural Marketing Advice
The Arts Marketing Association offer a great platform known as the Culture Hive, that provides ideas and resource around best practice in cultural marketing.
Claire Hodgson, Co-Artistic Director of Diverse City and Extraordinary Bodies, delivered a provocation around audience diversity for the Arts Marketing Association.