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accessible templates

If you're serious about accessibility, then one of the best ways to keep the good vibes going within an organisation is to ensure your everyday Microsoft Office & Adobe InDesign based communications are accessible too, and it's easier than you think.

Accessible templates are an easy way to ensure your documents stay that way moving forward. And for those working within Microsoft Office, the inbuilt accessibility checker is invaluable in empowering you to continue to produce documents everyone can access, every time. 

Whether you're working in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel or Adobe InDesign, it is so much more efficient and effective to implement accessibility at the start, as well as making it easier to input and format information with the click of a button.

I've found a bit of work at the front end, which can save a mountain of work at the end, it's never been so appropriate as with accessible documents. 

“It’s been a real pleasure working with you this year and all of us here at IGDF are hugely grateful for your work. We produced our first completely in-house issue of Visionary using the templates you built for us and it was a great success. Thanks to your work our publication is now 100% accessible, and we have flexibility to vary the issue length and frequency - plus we’ll save money over the long term.”
David Maynard | International Guide Dog Federation

If you want to make your documents accessible and keep them accessible moving forwards, templates are a great place to start. I can help you with that, get in touch today!

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