Rix Centre work

The Rix Centre make websites for people with intellectual disabilities.

The Rix Centre experiment with different kinds of media, trying out different approaches.

Inclusive New Media Design took place at The Rix Centre for Innovation and Learning Disability in London.

In this video clip their Director, Andy Minnion, talks about the work of the Rix Centre.

Websites made by The Rix Centre


Trans-active is a Mencap project which brings teenagers with and without intellectual disabilities together to make multimedia which communicates the interests, aspirations and support needs of the intellectually disabled participants.

The Tate Project

The Rix Centre was commissioned by HFT to make the TATE website to describe an inclusive project about employment to people with intellectual disabilities.

Those with intellectual disabilities involved in the project have their own section called AT and Me where they can upload photographs and text.

The Road Ahead

The Road Ahead website was commissioned by SCIE to display online a report about young people with intellectual disabilities views on transition information.

The research was carried out by a group of young people with intellectual disabilities from an advocacy group called North Somerset People First.

Visit The Road Ahead.


p-cubed was an experimental project produced by undergraduate students working with the Rix Centre. Its aim was to tell the stories of a group of adults with intellectual disabilities in a multimedia form which was engaging and innovative.

Newham Easy Read

This website is full of links to useful information about transition. This information has been created to help young people with learning disabilities to make choices when leaving school or college.

Back to examples.