Accessibility is our aesthetic.

Accessible aesthetic: through d/Deaf storytelling: highlighting d/Deaf lived experience, ASL sign/poetry, visual vernacular, combining d/Deaf and hearing creation methods and practices

Accessible design: through dynamic captions, vibrotactile devices, and a bass shaker built into our stage floors, which allows for all performers to keep time and feel the BPM of their songs.

Accessible expertise: Several of of our group members work in sign language interpreting, video captioning, ASL consulting, Deaf interpreting and in telecommunications for Canadian Administrator of Video Relay Service (CAV-VRS), a service which enables Deaf, Hard of Hearing or speech-impaired Canadians who use ASL and LSQ to make phone calls with Internet-based videoconferencing technology. 

If you are an artist, producer or presenter, Speaking Vibrations is happy to answer any questions you might have about how to make your production more accessible.

Accessing this website

We want our website to be accessible.

Display contrast – You can choose between dark or light contrast
Font size – You can change the size of the text
Signed & Captioned videos – You can view signed, audio and captioned videos.

Resources for making your device easier to use:

Feel free to get in touch with us if you have ideas on how to improve the accessibility of our website.