Designing for Accessibility


Designing for Accessibility Posters

Designing accessible services is critically important. As teachers develop online lessons and resources the posters can be helpful in determining how to make the content available to all students. The accessibility posters provided by Home Office covers best design practices for low vision, deaf and hard of hearing, dyslexia, motor disabilities, and users on the autism spectrum. These posters are made shareable through a Creative Commons license which allows everyone to share.

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