Accessible written materials
Design documents and written materials in ways that will make them accessible to as many people as possible.
Download good practice guidelines for producing accessible materials and specific guidelines relating to colour blindness.
Remember to make your materials compatible with assistive software and hardware which will be of particular benefit to those who are blind or partially-sighted.
Advertise the fact that people can request information in alternative formats, including braille.
Structure documents clearly and use straightforward language. This is particularly important for those with specific learning disabilities (SpLDs) and international students and will benefit all readers.