10 reasons why inclusive design is good design

By Cat Oxley August 13, 2018

People won’t always say this out loud, but there’s a lurking assumption that making learning content more accessible is going to mean making it less beautiful. Obviously you want to make your content work for the widest and most diverse audience of learners. But does that necessarily mean a compromise on aesthetics? I say no. And luckily for me, all the best …