Making Your Printed Materials ADA Accessible

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Making Your Printed Materials ADA Accessible

Since the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed to prohibit discrimination against individuals with disabilities, companies have incorporated guidelines into their websites for accessibility purposes. However, creating content that is ADA compliant goes beyond just the digital scope. Making your print materials accessible is now becoming a necessity as well. Print materials can be both visually appealing and disability friendly when following a few simple guidelines. Have no fear, designers – you can still create beautiful collateral without compromising ADA compliance. We’ve compiled a list of do’s and don’ts to help make your materials accessible.

  • ADA requirements for effective communication

  • Creating accessible visuals for people with disabilities

    • Using easy-to-read fonts

    • Text alignment and spacing

    • Choosing the right colors

    • Print paper accessibility guidelines

  • ADA accessible tips for printed materials

  • Resources for creating visually accessible materials

Download this free white paper to learn about making  your printed materials ADA accessible, and contact us if you want to discuss your needs.

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