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.
Resources for Inclusive Design
Photography is widely accessible and a powerful tool to challenge misconceptions, raise awareness and capture emotive stories. Photographer Kayte Brimacombe discusses her inclusive design process in capturing storytellers’ images to connect with viewers, shift their perceptions and remind them of our shared humanity.
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.
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.