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British Sign Language Translation

At Complete Communication we strongly believe that access should be a consideration from the start of any new project. Ensuring that your website and the services you provide are accessible clearly demonstrates to your clients that your organisation is committed to equality and access.

Our access specialists are skilled in making content accessible for deaf, hard of hearing or visually impaired audiences that can be used on a variety of platforms.

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The team will be there to guide you through the process, from initial concept discussion to matching a translator or audio describer to your project need, audience, and message, filming the BSL translation or the audio description and working with you to edit and review the final product to meet your needs. We aim to offer a fully managed service, designed to make the process.

British Sign Language Translation

Examples of publications that can be translated:

  • Websites
  • Social media videos
  • Theatre productions
  • Leaflets and Brochures
  • Fact sheets and information packs
  • Legal documentation
  • Formal documentation (Letters, contracts)
  • Books
  • Information and educational videos
  • Pre-recorded content

In-vision Translations

In-vision translations overlay existing videos with English subtitles and a BSL interpreter to ensure the video is accessible for all. BSL translations are available in multiple formats and are all professionally filmed and edited in recording studios, using native BSL professionals.

Captions

Captions appear as text overlaid onto your filmed content and are there to provide access to the speech, narration and sounds that occur throughout. Having captions on your recorded content ensures it is accessible to a larger audience than would be received without.

Audio Description

Audio Description is an additional audio track used to make any visual media more accessible for blind or partially sighted viewers. The addition of audio description to the dialogue and sound viewers can already hear, can transform the experience, and take your project one step further in becoming accessible.

Between the natural gaps in dialogue, the Audio Description will explain what is happening on the screen. This can include but it’s not limited to characters’ appearances, gestures and facial expressions or any entrances or exits from the scene.

Examples of some of our previous clients

Want to speak to our team about how we can support you?

Watch our Managing Director, Daryl McMullan, talk passionately about BSL Interpreted performances and the future of access in the theatre.

Some of our amazing clients include

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