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We actively encourage people to use the SCULPT for Accessibility framework

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The model helps underpin awareness of some very basic digitally inclusive practices and skills in the workplace. 

SCULPT also helps with widening awareness beyond the workplace too. Some of our staff are now noticing challenges for people in everyday life, such as poor colour contrast on cereal packets and shop signs.

It also helps the whole organisation contribute to more accessible and inclusive content on your websites, intranets and internal systems.

SCULPT is free to use

SCULPT for Accessibility is not a product, it is about spreading good practice and underpinning the need for workforce up-skilling for digital inclusion.

It is currently licensed under a Creative Commons not for profit share and share alike license. That means it can be used by anyone and everyone.

Not every workplace is the same, and our model of practice might not be quite right for you, so you may adapt our workforce model to suit your own needs. We hope as our case studies of wider adoptions grow you may find some great examples in a similar context or organisation to best suit your implementation needs.

This way we can help develop SCULPT as a whole workforce approach to digital inclusion and learn from each other. See our SCULPT case studies page for some early adopters on their SCULPT journey. 

Where SCULPT fits into the web accessibility regulations

SCULPT is just the very basic principles of digital accessibility, it’s for the wider workforce to adopt. It is not part of the web accessibility regulations, that is the legal set of standards for your website.

SCULPT can merely help as a tool to ensure your whole organisation plays its part in embedding and embracing digital accessibility, as well as apply digital inclusive principles in every day practice.

If your wider workforce can apply these basics it means your specialist web teams can fully focus on the more complex and specialist WCAG guidelines that need to be addressed for full compliance of the web accessibility regulations. Documents made by your workforce using SCULPT can help save your web team precious and considerable time not having to unpick or reformat inaccessible content. 

At Worcestershire County Council we have seen a significant improvement on the demands that were once placed on the Web Development Team since implementing SCULPT.

Who you need on board to implement SCULPT as a whole workforce approach?

A whole workforce approach absolutely cannot just be driven by a small web team, it’s about many departments working together to embed a new culture.

  • the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion team can raise this as part of inclusion in a 21st Century digitally centric workplace
  • the Learning and development team can plan for training and support resources to help upskill your workforce to be digitally inclusive
  • your Senior leadership and HR can embrace the challenge, set the example, and weave it into the appraisal process as an expectation of all employees
  • your Communications team can ensure messaging and information is strategically shared across the workplace and regular updates or campaigns are successful 
  • ensure that any new digital procurements or purchases need to have accessibility built into the requirements
  • share good practice with third parties you work with, so they are aware of the baseline standards for digital accessibility you are expecting from them

Please use the graphics

Please feel free to download the SCULPT infographic office poster and SCULPT logo. The logo has been specifically designed as a vibrant and recognisable identity for the six basics of digital accessibility and something easily recognisable to help people connect with SCULPT and help them remember the six bite-sized accessibility principles. 

We ask you to use them as they are and please don’t alter the identity in any way. If you need more visuals developed then please do ask us, we would be very happy to help.