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BUSINESS NEWS KreativeInc Develops inclusive project site

Yorkshire Post, print publication

KreativeInc develops inclusive project site

Digital accessibility and inclusion consultancy firm KreativeInc Agency has developed a website to support the neurodiverse museum research project led by Sporting Heritage CIC.

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Website accessibility should be more than a 'tick box' exercise say agency founders Prolific North

Prolific North, online publication

Website accessibility should be more than a ‘tick box’ exercise say agency founders

The less accessible a website is to disabled or impaired people, the worse the UX is for every user. That’s the view of Caren Launus-Gamble, one half of KreativeInc Agency.

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Leeds accessibility agency creates new website for autism museum research project Prolific North

Prolific North, online publication

Leeds accessibility agency creates new website for autism museum research project

Leeds-based KreativeInc Agency has developed a new website which is set to launch today, to support a museum research project with a focus on autism, led by Sporting Heritage CIC.

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Callum standing in front of certificates in BBC Radio Leeds studio

BBC Radio Leeds, radio interview

The Stephanie Hirst Show (24th March 2021)

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BUSINESS NEWS KreativeInc Develops inclusive project site

Yorkshire Post, print publication

Mother and son to help with digital inclusion

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Topic UK Accessibility agency awarded sporting heritage contract

Topic UK, online publication

Accessibility agency awarded sporting heritage contract

Sporting Heritage CIC has appointed digital accessibility & inclusion consultancy firm KreativeInc Agency to improve their digital presence and support their Neurodiverse Museum project.

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Topic UK Agency launches objective to make websites available to all disabled and impaired people

Topic UK, online publication

Agency launches objective to make websites available to all disabled and impaired people

Lockdown has highlighted a number of issues, but in particular the impact on the public having to change to online shopping and ordering, even for local stores. With 70% of UK websites inaccessible to disabled and impaired people, affecting a staggering 34m people, UK businesses alone are losing a potential £17bn of business a year.

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The Autistic Web Developer Aiming To Make Sites Accessible For Disable Users – Yorkshire Post Ability Today

Yorkshire Post, online publication

The Autistic Web Developer Aiming To Make Sites Accessible For Disable Users – Yorkshire Post

Callum Gamble and his mum Caren Launus-Gamble launched Leeds-based digital agency KreativeInc in 2019 after Callum lost his first job just three weeks after starting it due to a lack of understanding about autism.

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The Autistic Web Developer Aiming To Make Sites Accessible For Disable Users – Yorkshire Post Ability Today

Ability Today, online publication

The autistic web developer aiming to make sites accessible for disable users

An autistic web developer is looking to make websites more accessible for people with disabilities who struggle to browse the internet.

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How a lack of understanding of autism led this mother and her son to set up their own web agency Yorkshire Post

Yorkshire Post, online publication

How a lack of understanding of autism led this mother and her son to set up their own web agency

A web developer and his mother are hoping to establish a full service agency made up of a neuro diverse workforce, after having a bad experience in his first job.

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Callum talking on the microphone within the BBC Radio Leeds studio

BBC Radio Leeds, radio interview

The Stephanie Hirst Show (16th December 2019)

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