Building an interactive world for people with Learning Disabilities

EasyVideo is an innovation developed by the dedicated team at Inclusive Media Solutions LTD. We’re passionate about bringing the advantages of 21st-century mobile technology to help people with Learning Disabilities live independent lives. 

William Britton

Founder and CEO

William has a Video Production Honours Degree and in 2012 completed his Post Graduate Certificate of Education (PGCE) while working in the Post 16 Education sector as a Learning Disability lecturer teaching ICT, Media and graphics to Adults with Learning Disabilities. Will spent 5 years as an Assistive Technology specialist and was responsible for the implementation of 30 iPads across Foundation Learning for both staff and students and is incredibly passionate about Inclusive Technologies. Combining his understanding of Learning Disabilities, Video production skills and technological knowledge he developed a prototype of EasyVideo. After receiving high praise for his prototype he founded Inclusive Media Solutions LTD to create an interactive world for people with Learning Disabilities

Dan Fairs

Non-Executive Director

Dan is a highly experienced engineering manager, software architect and consultant specialising in backend architecture and development, and technical team building and mentoring. Dan was Founder and Technical Director at SecondSync, and created the SecondSync data platform. SecondSync was acquired by Twitter in April 2014. Dan then went on to manage a team of engineers at Twitter UK until his departure in 2016

Richard Kendall

Non-Executive Director

Richard has an extensive portfolio, previously strategy consultant – turned ‘impact’ entrepreneur. Richard was the founder and CEO of 8 Degrees North: conceived, funded and ran a commercial palm oil business in Africa which rehabilitated smallholder farmers as an alternative to deforestation. Was CEO Beyond Green, a sustainability advice large scale regenerations projects. Provided business development for a start-up in Silicon Valley during the dotcom boom and has personally raised over £15m in funding.