As accessibility and inclusive design specialists, we are paid for our expertise. But the form that expertise takes and how it is delivered varies depending on different clients’ needs. Some look for high-level reports, while others prefer issues to be addressed independently, in the midst of ongoing development. As clients have gotten wise to the […]
The last post in this series ends by saying that the world of academic research has a lot to offer in terms of innovative approaches to adaptation that can improve accessibility for people with various impairments—either due to disability or situation—and even multiple impairments at the same time. But how can conflicting requirements for very large fonts […]
Our friends at Barclays have designed some beautiful posters of the Inclusive Design Principles shared under Creative Commons. We thought we’d ask David Caldwell, Digital Accessibility Manager at Barclays, to share with us how they are using the principles in-house. Before I hand over to David I’d like to say a huge thank you to […]
We had so much fun in June we’re doing it again. Inclusive Design 24 (#ID24) is on Thursday 16 November 2017, and the call for presentations is open!
This article is one in a series of articles on The Paciello Group blog aimed at unpacking each of the Inclusive Design Principles. This time the principle is Be Consistent. Look out for the others. Such is the power of consistency in design that I’ve taken to saying, “I don’t mind if it’s bad, so […]