10 ways to make your written content accessible | Life of a Blind Girl
Everyone has different levels of vision and people use a wide range of assistive technology, such as screen readers or magnification software. It’s important to make your content accessible to everyone. Blind blogger Holly shares her top 10 tips for making your written content accessible and inclusive.
5 things to think about when designing inclusively
While learning to design in an inclusive way is a journey that never stops, here are some basic pointers to help get you on the right track to making truly inclusive design.
A truly game-changing brand
The launch of a successful new brand with 'accessibility first ' approach is key to achieving inspiration design. Read about the impact it can have internally and externally on your business.
A guide to alternative formats for accessibility
Good design and communication are about engaging as much of your audience as possible. Read guidance on the alternative formats to consider so that all audiences are able to digest your messages.
Accessible illustration that connects and reflects society
Illustration is a powerful tool for bringing different kinds of information to life. Read how a collaborative, inclusive design progress in developing an illustration style brings clarity and personality to a new brand.
The importance of words in a rebrand
There is often a lot of focus on design following a rebrand. But a brand’s choice of words is just as important. Read how a brand can be positioned and tone of voice can express a unique personality and inform culture and communications.
Colour me happy
Our perception is coloured by the context in which we view it. Explore best practices in colour design that express and compliment your brand to ensure your product is accessible to all audiences.
Typography in the mind
Understanding your target audience and applying inclusive design practices ensures that accessible typography contributes to the success of a design without compromising on modern aesthetic qualities. Insights from Bruno Maag from international typeface designers Dalton Maag explores the role of typography in accessibility.
Championing accessible design and disability equality
Scope's visual identity was co-designed with The Team, using accessible, inclusive design to inspire a movement. Read how by designing all the elements of a brand with accessibility in mind, you can achieve inspirational design applicable to all audiences.