Good design is good for all

Accessibility is more important than ever. More than 1 billion people around the world have disabilities of all sorts, including 1 in 4 women. And anyone can struggle to use tech at times, whether you’ve sprained your wrist, are in a gathering where it’s hard to hear, or get motion sick from parallax scrolling.

So when you make things easier to use, it’s better for everyone.

We help you create digital and print solutions that serve the full spectrum of users and meet guidelines in your area. Here’s how we help.

A front cover and internal spread for the Association of Ontario Midwives booklet titled Milestones that Matter. The front cover is blue with circular details featuring images of Midwives taking care of new Mothers, and the internal spread features a "Message from the President and the Executive Director" section as well as a page about Ontario Midwives.

Put accessibility first

If accessibility is an afterthought, it can cost you 100 times more to fix issues later. We help you design with accessibility in mind, so you can be sure your message reaches the right people, right from the start.

Meet them where they are

You need to design for a wide range of vision, mobility, hearing, cognitive, and situational issues. To name a few, we design for screen readers and offer personalization, like the ability to turn off animations.

Follow nuanced guidelines

These days, accessibility lawsuits are on the rise across North America. And in Ontario, you can get fined if your materials and website don’t meet compliance standards. To help you sidestep these sorts of issues, our team stays up to date on accessibility guidelines like these:

A mockup of two iPhones for JHR. The phones feature an our vision, our approach, and long term impact sections as well as how to become a monthly donor or volunteer. The phones are in a brown circle.
A small stack of DAWN Canada information cards within a light pink circle. The cards feature the DAWN Canada logo in the top centre and a bottom 1/4 section that reads "DisAbled Women's Network" in white.

Test with real people

Fun fact: Automated accessibility checkers can catch only about 25% of issues. Nothing can replace that human touch. Our team of accessibility experts puts your design through its paces and makes sure everything works across a range of devices and scenarios.

Accessibility in action

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