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New cover for 2nd edition of the Sign Design Guide

The 2nd edition Sign Design Guide will be published soon

Many of you will be familiar with the Sign Design Guide . It is firmly established as an authoritative guide to designing signs inclusively. The Guide is now over 20 years old, and while still doing an excellent job, we thought it Read More…

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The Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design wins funding to explore how neurodivergent people experience streets

The Rees Jeffreys Road Fund has awarded The Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design Royal College of Art a grant to explore how neuro-divergent people experience streets. Streets are public places that belong to everyone. They not only help us to get around, but Read More…

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£2.5 million package announced to help disabled people travel around the UK more confidently

The new funding will include £1.5 million allocated to support all 13 Mobility Centres across England roll out a ‘Hubs Mobility Service’. These vital services help people stay mobile after they have been advised to stop driving or if they are unable Read More…

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Join the Access Association – become more involved in access and inclusive design

The Access Association (A.A.) are a national network of individuals who are passionate about access and inclusive design. The Association recently held their autumn seminar, titled ‘Inclusive Environments: Designing for Neurodiversity.’ The event included talks on BSI PAS6463 Design for the Mind due Read More…

New edition of Sign Design Guide needs your input

Some fields of design have clearly defined accessibility guidelines, such as the web content accessibility guidelines. We have the Sign Design Guide. This was published by the Sign Design Society twenty years ago and is still much in demand and widely cited Read More…