Freelancer. Inclusive design consultant for CAMP, Bohemia Design & Research and People in Need.
Mariana Chytilová focuses on the accessibility of environments, services, people and information. She believes in the principles of inclusive design, which belongs not only to architecture and urban planning, but also to education, culture, technological innovation and business.
She holds a degree in Disability Studies from Syracuse University, a PhD from Masaryk University, and a Dramatic Education for the Deaf degree from the JAMU Theatre Department.
She has researched accessibility of institutions in the Czech Republic, France and Sweden. The results of her research were put into practice at the DOX Centre for Contemporary Art, the Moravian Gallery and during the accessibility of the One World Film Festival. She developed a reading app for deaf children called Tableto and launched the accessibility of the iBroadcast streaming platform.
Today, she helps organisations and businesses create an environment where everyone feels welcome, no matter what.
Accessibility: translation to ENG