How UX Can Take You Beyond Accessibility to Inclusive Design
Learn how strong UX planning and inclusive design could be the catalyst to help you reach new levels of engagement with your SharePoint intranet.
About the guide
Internal communicators are pivoting their focus to support culture and belonging. Your intranet is where that begins.
With inclusive SharePoint design backed by people-led UX data, your intranet becomes a hub where every employee feels like they belong.
Perhaps an employee has a hearing impairment. Or maybe they’re just working from a noisy cafe. Both will benefit from subtitles on your intranet’s audio content.
Taking an inclusive approach to design means your intranet will go further than just ticking a box for accessibility. You’ll create an online space that enables every employee to be engaged, productive and collaborative – regardless of their circumstances.
Our guide to inclusive design includes:
- What inclusive design is and why you need it
- Usability vs accessibility
- Choosing the right technology