During the first week back this semester, I was involved in a Design Sprint combining the 1st, 2nd and 3rd years in social digital. We had the chance to work with new people from other disciplines tacking the issue of accessibility in the DJCAD buildings. It was really beneficial to be working with people who have experienced longer on this course and be able to see how they work in comparison to me. Our group gelled very quickly and we decided to go and see for ourselves how accessible the building was to someone using a wheelchair. From one of our projects last semester, a pushchair had been left in the studio so we thought that taking that around the building would give us a pretty good idea of how accessible it is currently. The answer to this was that the Crawford Building is basically a no go zone for anyone who has a wheelchair, pushchair or anything on wheels. There are stairs everywhere, steps that lead to a lift, narrow corridors and no space for a correctly installed ramp in most of the stairwells. We looked at what products and solutions are already out there and came to the conclusion that everything that already exists looks clinical and bulky. This is the solution we came up with.