An accessible art tool

Bringing art to everyone

Enayball is a social enterprise making accessible drawing tools for people with physical disabilities. The duo have developed a tool that can be attached to a wheelchair or walker to create and draw on the floor.

It can also be used on a tabletop by hand, supporting people with dexterity issues. The team have developed the tool in collaboration with a range of artists, including Alison Lapper MBE. They run workshops and are working on new tools that can increase accessibility.


Enayball has won multiple awards and raised £170,000 in grants to further develop the product.





What we did

  • Prototyping
  • Electronics development
  • User testing
  • Business model
  • Market analysis

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