Zebra Uno


With the passing of the Equality Act, there are 10 million people in the UK with some form of hearing loss. That is approximately one in six of the population. Furthermore, there are 250,000 people in the UK whose first or preferred language is BSL. Nikki Stratton and Marilyn Willrich recognised there was a far-reaching social need.

Businesses and public bodies require expert advice and technical services in order to offer equal access to Deaf people. Consequently, Zebra Uno Limited was formed in 2003.


Sign language communication solutions using today's technology

Today, the company uses the latest technology to provide access for Deaf people and to increase awareness between Deaf and Hearing communities. With its in-depth expertise, its business of organising and delivering moving image projects in an array of media formats goes from strength to strength.

In 2011 alone, completed projects included the following short films 'The Allotment', 'Mystery Moor' and 'Gone with the Time', a DVD advice guide for the Citizens' Advice Bureau and a BSL hand-held guide for Bantock House Museum. Successes also included website development, BSL broadcast, DVD projects and media projects, all of which led to a succession of awards.

The Zebra Uno team are professional, enthusiastic and fun!