Resource listing - Accessible Information & Communication
Changing the Change - The Slow Design Principles
A new interrogative and reflexive tool for design research and practice Carolyn F. Strauss, Alastair Fuad-Luke
How to make information accessible
This guide provides clear guidelines for organisations on producing documents and information in accessible, easy to read text and pictures.
Legible London - Inclusivity report 2012
This document offers scheme promoters and their appointed scheme designers an introduction to questions of inclusivity and accessibility that have shaped the Legible London system to date and should be considered when introducing new Legible London schemes
Meeting Disabled People - for professionals in museums, archives & libraries.
The following advice and information will help you to ensure that interaction with disabled colleagues and the customer service you give disabled people in museums, archives and libraries is both respectful and useful.
When Words Are Not Enough
People with learning disabilities say that much information surrounding them is too difficult to understand. Written information in particular is often too long, too complicated or simply too dull to take in. Yet some documents like forms, brochures and reports are important. They help people claim their rights, get payments or services or have a say on things that matter to them. How can we make this information easier to understand?