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Get Living

Client Case Study
Get Living website with the Recite Me toolbar launched

Get Living

Housing organisation, Get Living, provides 3,000 homes to rent across London and Manchester. Their mission is to align the physical accessibility of homes and public spaces with digital accessibility, creating places where people live, work and play, and feel part of diverse and inclusive communities.

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Our Brief

Statistics reveal that approximately 15% of the population is neurodiverse which may impact an individual’s ability to read and understand online information. Since taking over the Athletes’ Village for the London Olympics and Paralympic Games, Get Living has put accessibility at the forefront of their physical and digital spaces.

Recite Me toolbar solution. Audio, styling, reading, translation icons.

Our Solution

The journey of ensuring people can find accessible places to live starts online. So, to support customers who experience digital barriers, Get Living uses Recite Me assistive technology. The toolbar features which include screen reading functionality, multiple reading aids, and customisable styling options., can be used to support those with disabilities, learning difficulties, visual impairments, as well as a language tool for over 100 languages.

Client Testimonial

"Since taking over the Athletes’ Village for the London Olympics and Paralympic Games, we’ve continued to design and build our homes, communal areas, and public realms with accessibility at the fore. Creating places where people feel welcome and safe is key to helping communities within our neighbourhoods feel as inclusive as possible. Not only must our physical spaces feel accessible and inclusive, but also our digital spaces. The Recite Me accessibility toolbar removes many of the barriers that those who are neurodivergent or visually impaired come across when navigating online. Launching the toolbar on our website is our first step towards ensuring an enhanced accessible digital experience across our key touchpoints. "

Steven Osei, Head of Brand Experience, Get Living