The Design for Inclusion Toolkit

This toolkit is designed to give you all the tools, tips and advice you need to ensure that you’re designing for inclusion.

An accessible website doesn't need to come with a big price tag. Find out more about the simple steps you can take to make the internet open to everyone.

Make use of "Alt Text" and picture descriptions to bring your pictures to life for blind and partially sighted users.

Accessibility doesn't need to mean compromising. We want to show you how you can make a snappy design that is accessible to everyone! 

We've put this Toolkit together to give you all you need to ensure that you are designing for inclusion.

Whether you're a small business, freelancer, or work for a large organisation, this Toolkit can show you simple steps you can take to reach a wider audience and ensure that no one is left out.

If you would like this Toolkit, or any part of it, in any other format please do get in touch and let us know by emailing

If you would like bespoke training for you organisation get in touch!

The content provided in this toolkit is adapted from information provided by the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI). It's use is licensed under Creative Commons, and specific documentation referenced where applicable. WAI is part of The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), an international community that develops open standards to ensure the long-term growth of the Web.