This section provides links to websites where you can find out more information about inclusive design. If you have suggestions for more to add, please email us.


The Disability Rights Commission has the goal to create "a society where all disabled people can participate fully as equal citizens". They have information about the Disability Discrimination Act which aims to end discrimination in the UK.

I-Design is an Inclusive Design research project being carried out at Cambridge University Engineering Deparment.


i-Design Toolkit

Tiresias - Guidelines for the Design of Accessible Information and Communication Technology Systems

AgeTree is an excellent practical guide to inclusive design provided by the Design Sciences Research Centre.

The Helen Hamlyn Research Centre for Inclusive Design at the Royal College of Art "works to advance a socially inclusive approach to design through practical research and projects with industry"

European Institute for Design and Disability, EIDD, was founded in Dublin in 1993 with the aim of promoting better design for people with disabilities.

Ricability is an independent research charity who "publish practical, actionable and unbiased guides for older and disabled consumers based on thorough professional research."

The Multiple Sclerosis Society has information about

UK Government Department for Work and Pensions
www.disability.gov.uk/dda

Royal National Institute for the Blind, RNIB is the UK’s leading charity offering information, support and advice to over two million people with sight problems.

Royal National Institute for the Deaf, RNID

Readregular is an inclusive typeface designed by Natascha Frensch and is based on her handwriting. It aims to provide maximum legibility for dyslexic people.