SCULPT for Accessibility
SCULPT - Shaping documents and content for everyday accessible and inclusive practice
SCULPT came out of research conducted within Worcestershire County Council. It is our answer to educating our wider workforce with the basics of awareness and skills to become inclusive digital practitioners when creating documents and content.
Our SCULPT for Accessibility e-learning module is now part of the mandatory learning expectation at Worcestershire County Council for all new and existing employees.
The SCULPT guidance framework
Our web and digital innovation team have specialist knowledge and skills for developing digitally accessible content for the web that follows the web accessibility regulations.
However, SCULPT is there as a beginners guidance framework to support others in the wider workforce with the basics of everyday inclusive digital practice. A flavour of our SCULPT guidance is below.
More about SCULPT
Helen Wilson the creator of SCULPT is one of three Digital Designers at Worcestershire County Council (WCC).
The Digital Designers are responsible for the day-to-day management and ongoing development of our intranet and public facing web sites.
The team are the lead on the accessibility of content at Worcestershire County Council.
Read about our full web accessibility journey SilkTide - Worcestershire County Council case study
Use of the SCULPT guidance
We would love you to use and adopt the SCULPT model to spread awareness and skills within your organisation. We are happy for you to use our recognised SCULPT graphics and poster below.
The SCULPT for Accessibility model is under the following license.
SCULPT by Helen Wilson is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Based on work at Worcestershire County Council.
Download our logo kindly reproduced for us by Heart of Worcestershire College.