Project contributor Whitney Quesenbury published an article Make Your Presentations Accessible: Seven Easy Steps. Alongside the article, we are currently developing a tool that will allow people to easily check their Powerpoint presentations for accessibility - and make corrections. 

There are no immediate plans for a workshop, but if you're interested in creating one (virtual or in person) or know of one that we should attend then please contact Caroline Jarrett.


Previous activities


We contributed to a discussion on 'Design for Everyone: how can we include participants with special needs in our service design?'  It was part of the Service Design in Government conference in London, 19-20 May 2014.

Project contributor Whitney Quesenbery published her book "A Web for Everyone", co-authored with Sarah Horton, published by Rosenfeld Media. 


We wrote a chapter for "Rhetorical Accessability: At the Intersection of Technical Communication and Disability Studies" edited by Lisa Meloncon.


We contributed to the W3C Text Customization for Readability Online Symposium. Organisers: Shawn Henry and David Sloan. Contributor: Whitney Quesenbery. Member of Scientific Committee: Caroline Jarrett.


We wrote "Design to Read: Guidelines for People Who Do Not Read Easily" for User Experience Magazine, the magazine of the User Experience Professionals' Association. By Caroline Jarrett,  Janice (Ginny) Redish, Kathryn Summers & Kath Straub. Bibliography available on this site.


Our second full workshop was held on 11th May 2010 at the CHI2010 conference in Atlanta, Georgia.

Description of the 2010 Atlanta, Georgia workshop.


We had a mini-workshop in May 2009 at the STC Summit in Atlanta, Georgia.


The first workshop for Design to Read was held on 2nd September 2008 at HCI2008 in Liverpool, UK.

Description of the 2008 Liverpool, UK workshop.