UCAN GO

Delight your customers by offering a unique, low maintenance indoor wayfinding service. The UCAN GO mobile app is an intuitive, reliable and simple to use tool that allows visitors to your building to easily find their way around. Aimed at your visually impaired patrons, but also useable by anyone, the UCAN GO app instantly and dramatically improves accessibility to your building.

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Why should I have the UCAN GO app available in my building?

  • It improves customer experience and provides you with an opportunity to strengthen your audience relationships
  • It would place you at the forefront of accessibility innovation
  • Diversifies your audience
  • It makes the lives of your visitors infinitely easier and shows them you care

How does it work?

UCAN GO ADVERT 2015 from UCAN Productions on Vimeo.

What makes this app unique?

This app is distinctive because the content, instructions and points of reference are all decided and produced by the visually impaired members of UCAN Productions when they map your building. Having the app produced by the same audience for which it’s intended ensures that no assumptions and results in an app that simply works.

Where before we would shy away from visiting new places, UCAN GO has equipped us with the confidence to visit buildings independently, making visiting an enjoyable experience rather than a daunting or humiliating one.

Mared Jarman, UCAN Productions


When we’re contemplating visiting somewhere alone, having UCAN GO available is now the difference between going or not going,

Megan John, UCAN Productions

I’m interested in finding out more about UCAN GO

If you would like to find out more you can read about the journey of creating UCAN GO for the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff or the Hackney Empire in London.

If you would like to talk about the possibility of making your building more accessible by using UCAN GO feel free to give us a call or an email.

 

Working in partnership with Calvium, the app is made by UCAN Productions, an award winning performance and creative arts co-operative for blind and partially sighted children, young people and their friends between the ages of 7 and 25. Based in Cardiff, UCAN (Unique Creative Arts Network) works across the UK and exists to prove that visual impairment is no barrier to success.