As designers we need information and inspiration. We’ve gathered together some of our favourite things in the hope you like them too:

Accessibility posters from gov.uk

Some fab posters to stick up with top tips to remember when designing for users:
on the autistic spectrum
d/Deafness and hearing loss
dyslexia
low vision
physical or motor uses
• screen readers

The Do lectures

If you’ve never visited this site then go now. Full of encouragement through videos, books and talks.
Jo’s favourite book is Do Open about successful email marketing.

My favourite TED lecture

I love this talk as it redefines disability as a superpower. This is the change in attitude that we need. “Pamela Anderson has more prosthetic in her body than me and no one calls her disabled”

Useful stuff

I’ll be honest, these are mostly here so we can remember where they are. Very happy for you to benefit too though!

Firstly, a great article on form design. There are so many bad forms online. We try and do it better and these are a lot of the tips we use.

Facebook ads – some good examples of ad design.

Google analytics – we love them but there is a LOT of data available. This article highlights the most useful reports to run.

How to create a brand name. Written by the lovely Dan Dufour (he of the gorgeous velvet jackets)! This man knows his stuff about branding strategy.

New to corporate fundraising for a charity? The amazing Julia of Amber Consulting has created an easy to use online course which takes you through the process of starting a Corporate Fundraising income stream from scratch. Very cost-effective!

If you spot anything else to go on here do email jo@jg-creative.co.uk so we can add it to the list!