The first i-Map project was launched in 2002 to coincide with Tate Modern’s Matisse Picasso exhibition. It was created in response to the limited availability of resources that enabled visually impaired people to engage with two dimensional, abstract works of art. As an online project, i-Map enabled people to study the art independently. It was also designed to work either in conjunction with a gallery visit or at a distance. With its innovative use of animation and raised image technology it received widespread praise and was awarded an Interactive BAFTA Award for Accessibility later that year. It was also commended at the Visionary Design Awards of 2002 and the Jodi Mattes Award 2003. We hope that this new i-Map project continues to be a useful tool for visually impaired people and would welcome comments and suggestions.