Accessibility is a crucial element of inclusion which needs to be considered while tailoring any institution’s workplace and online presence. Without it, many people would not have access to equal employment opportunities, and many clients will be excluded from seeking your services. The aspects of accessibility to be taken into account are:


  • Visual: Eases the inclusion of people who have visual difficulties such as colorblindness
  • Mobility: Ensures the space is equipped to welcome people with mobility difficulties such as wheelchair users
  • Auditory: Enables people hard of hearing to have the same user or visitor experience
  • Seizures: Prevents the risk of physical reactions for people who have seizures or epilepsy
  • Cognitive: Creates alternative methods for people with learning difficulties such as dyslexia