Digital Accessibility Trends in 2020 & Beyond
The process of designing websites that are usable by everyone will find themselves well positioned for the future: a future where accessible websites are the norm.
3 Takeaways From Toronto DesignThinkers 2018
Back in October, our resident Graphic Designer Kevin Cascagnette (hey, that’s me!) had the opportunity to attend DesignThinkers Toronto, an industry leading conference put on by the RGD (Association of Registered Graphic Designers). More than 2,000 creatives participated in the event over the course of two jam-packed days.
Spice Up Your Documents with these 4 Font Alternatives to Arial
We’ve all been there: looking at a letter, formal document, or poster with Arial staring back at us. Don’t get me wrong, Arial is a great font, it’s tried and true, and gets the job done. But at the end of the day, sometimes we’re looking for more than “getting the job done”, and that’s
5 Design Trends You’ll See in 2017
The trickiest part of design trends is that they’re almost never new, just a resurgence of a design aesthetic that was made popular before. Let’s take a look at 5 of the trends that will be making a strong comeback in 2017.
6 Smartphone Photo Tips to take Your Images to the Next Level
You would be astonished at some of the amazing and captivating images that are perfect for sharing on social media taken using nothing more than your iPhone or other higher quality smartphone. We have six tips on how to make sure you’re getting the most out of that camera in your pocket. 1. Change your
Creative Design & Website Accessibility
As an Accessibility Specialist, I often hear comments from graphic and web designers that the new Ontario legislated digital accessibility guidelines limit and restrict their creativity. Many graphic designers appear to feel frustrated, angry and unaccepting of the AODA and WCAG 2.0 Level A & AA guidelines. In Ontario we’re entering a new online landscape