I’ve had conversations with a number of AmbITion organisations in recent weeks around the subject of online accessibility for disabled people. I promised to share a link that a colleague passed on to me and so here it is: http://www.w3.org/WAI/eval/ The link takes you to a page on the W3C Web Accessiblity Initiative’s website and […]
OfCom’s seventh annual Communications Market Report into the UK’s TV, radio, telecoms and internet industries says that multi-tasking and diversity are the hallmarks of media consumption in the UK today. 45% of people’s time is spent consuming media (by my calculation on my own waking hours, that’s about 7 hours a day). The average person […]
Video: Mike Coulter, Social Media Consultant, reveals how can arts organisations can successfully find out what their audiences are saying about them online. He’ll also share what the tools are that can help organisations keep track, and what are good strategies for responding to both positive and negative online reactions!
How to… Staff responsible for writing and agreeing policies on digital practice and deployment, and staff who have to plan and project manage the implementation of digital development. Whether it is re-developing a website, or choosing a new ticketing system, or re-thinking customer-facing communication strategies, this guide will help.
From: http://www.cornerhouse.org/art/ongoingproject.aspx?ID=9&page=0 What do the advent of the web, collaborative practice and open source ways of working mean for the arts and art organisations? How do artists, audiences and other stakeholders really get involved with programming and evaluating arts venues? What does it mean for curators, programmers and traditional structures of arts organisations? Charles Leadbeater– […]