24th November 2009
You can find more information on the story behind the creation of the videos on the BBC Internet Blog.
Notes on accessibility and inclusion
The video navigation and decision making interfaces are all keyboard and switch accessible, and should work with most screenreaders. And it uses vis-caps - an innovative idea for getting across the gist of a scene in simple cartoon-like pictures rather than subtitles.
Note: Users of some Screenreaders will need to enable the 'invisible cursor’ (for Jaws) or 'WE cursor’ (for Window-Eyes) to interact with Us5. To find out how to use these features, refer to your screenreader's own built-in help or manual.
Live community panel
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