Inclusive web design is more than just building a website that’s accessible for impaired individuals. Inclusivity means creating an environment (physical or digital) that’s welcoming of all people regardless of their: Age; Race; Ethnicity; Gender; Sexual orientation; Socioeconomic status; Body shape; Physical or mental impairment; And so on…
But let’s be honest: it’s not always easy to find photos that feel inclusive — whether they come from stock photo websites or your clients.
Today, I’m going to examine the state of diversity in stock photography and then I’m going to provide you with some alternative options so you don’t feel as stifled or limited by what you’ve traditionally worked with. Is Diversity in Website Imagery Still an Issue?
There was a time when this was the kind of…
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