Dublin City Council Culture Company has an Access Officer to assist persons with disabilities to access our services. The Culture Company aims to ensure people with disabilities can access our services, building and information we provide.
Sinéad O’Shaughnessy – Interim Access Officer
Tel:+353 1 524 0346
Universal Design and Accessibility Policy
Dublin City Council Culture Company is committed to developing policies and practices ensuring that accessibility, Universal Design and reasonable accommodation for people with disabilities are taken into account when providing services for Dublin’s citizens, communities, cultural organisations, businesses, and Dublin City Council itself.
Richmond Barracks is working towards full compliance with W3C AA level accessibility guidelines. We endeavour to provide a website accessible to everyone.
Although we want the entire site to be compliant, there may be some instances where content or features may not be accessible to everyone. These include Google Maps, YouTube videos, and the Bootstrap Carousel.
The High-contrast button in the top-left corner toggles between normal mode and high-contrast mode. You may also find it useful against intense sunlight glare.
The button also expands the interactive slider on the home page (located below the Carousel and page descriptions) for increased accessibility.
Browsers and Devices
We aim to support all modern browsers and devices, and limited support for Internet Explorer 8.
The website uses RWD (Responsive Web Design) to fluidly adapt to a wide range of screen sizes, from HD desktop monitors (1080p), through tablets, to smartphones.
However, due the the increasing range of browsers and devices, we cannot guarantee full compatibility with all browsers and devices.