Accessible Designs

Designing For Accessibility and Inclusion

Designing For Accessibility and Inclusion

To design for accessibility means to be inclusive to the needs of your users. This includes your target users, users outside of your target demographic, users with disabilities, and even users from different cultures and countries. Understanding those needs is the key to crafting better and more accessible experiences for them.

Designing a Barrier Free Garden

Designing a Barrier Free Garden

Community gardens create opportunities for learning and community participation, and of course, the freshest possible food at harvest time. By going the extra steps to make a community barrier free, all people in your neighbourhood can have the experience of gardening.