Blind Citizens NZ Accessibility Campaign – Main Animation with captions and audio description

 


Blind Citizens NZ Accessibility Campaign – Main animation without captions and audio description


Transport Animation

Visual

Blind Bob, a yellow circle with stick arms and legs, wearing sunglasses and with a white cane slung across his back, zooms diagonally downwards while holding on to grappling hook. The wire extends as far as a bus stop sign mounted on a pole. Bob lets go of the hook and drops down on to the narrow tip of the pole. With his arms outstretched, he balances precariously on one leg, then the other.

Audio

Just getting on the right bus can be a tricky balancing act for our blind citizens.

Visual

Blind Bob manages to awkwardly remain upright with both legs on top of the pole.

Audio

But there are lots of ways we can all make a blind bit of difference. Check them out at blindcitizensnz.org.nz.

Visual

Blind Bob leaps off the pole, morphing into a plain yellow circle with the words ‘a blind bit of difference’ in the middle of it. Text reads: Blind Citizens NZ. White braille on a black background appears next to the circle.


Entertainment Animation

Visual

Blind Bob, a yellow circle with stick arms and legs, wearing sunglasses and with a white cane slung across his back, stands on a small ledge at the top of a tall pole. He leaps into the air and freefalls, his outstretched arms rippling in the wind.

Audio

Accessibility is key for our blind citizens to participate in all kinds of activities.

Visual

Blind Bob reaches behind his back to pull a ripcord, and a parachute opens, immediately slowing his rapid descent. Bob sways gently as he drifts towards the ground.

Audio

There are lots of ways we can all make a blind bit of difference. Check them out at blindcitizensnz.org.nz.

Visual

The parachute disappears, and Blind Bob morphs into a plain yellow circle with the words ‘a blind bit of difference’ in the middle of it. Text reads: Blind Citizens NZ. White braille on a black background appears next to the circle.


Voting Animation

Visual

Blind Bob, a yellow circle with stick arms and legs, wearing sunglasses and with a white cane slung across his back, freefalls rapidly through the air, his outstretched arms rippling in the wind. He reaches behind his back to pull a ripcord, and a parachute opens, immediately slowing his descent.

Audio

Just trying to cast a private vote can leave a blind citizen feeling totally in the dark.

Visual

As Blind Bob lands on the ground next to a sign reading ‘voting’ with an arrow, the parachute completely covers him, leaving only the tips of his stick legs visible. He struggles underneath the material, eventually managing to cast it off with the aid of his white cane.

Audio

But there are lots of ways we can all make a blind bit of difference. Check them out at blindcitizensnz.org.nz.

Visual

Blind Bob leaps upwards, morphing into a plain yellow circle with the words ‘a blind bit of difference’ in the middle of it. Text reads: Blind Citizens NZ. White braille on a black background appears next to the circle.


Banking Animation

Visual

Blind Bob, a yellow circle with stick arms and legs and wearing sunglasses, scales a grey brick wall. With his white cane slung across his back, he propels himself upwards with effort to pass an ATM with a screen and number pad on the wall.

Audio

Banking can be like climbing up a brick wall for our blind citizens, but there are lots of ways we can all make a blind bit of difference. Check them out at blindcitizensnz.org.nz.

Visual

Blind Bob leaps towards the ATM, morphing into a plain yellow circle with the words ‘a blind bit of difference’ in the middle of it.

Text reads: Blind Citizens NZ. White braille on a black background appears next to the circle.


Blind Citizens NZ Accessibility Campaign – Employment Animation

Visual

Blind Bob, a yellow circle with stick arms and legs, wearing sunglasses and with a white cane slung across his back, aims a grey grappling hook upwards. He fires the hook in a diagonal direction and rapidly shoots skyward, landing on a small ledge at the top of a tall pole.

Audio

Even if they manage to hook a job interview, many workplaces leave our blind citizens out on a limb.

Visual

Blind Bob lets go of the grappling hook and, with his arms outstretched, he balances precariously on one leg, then the other.

Audio

But there are lots of ways we can all make a blind bit of difference. Check them out at blindcitizensnz.org.nz.

Visual

Blind Bob leaps off the ledge, morphing into a plain yellow circle with the words ‘a blind bit of difference’ in the middle of it. Text reads: Blind Citizens NZ. White braille on a black background appears next to the circle.