Co-design more inclusive experiences for people with language barriers
Download our Inclusive Co-Design Toolkit below
This toolkit is designed to help practitioners better include people who experience language barriers in English in co-design workshops. At Bridgeable, we strive to continuously and critically reflect and learn about what we can do to make sure our co-design processes, and ultimately the solutions and recommendations we share, are a part of the change towards equity, diversity, and inclusion. By using this toolkit, you can learn with us.
The research this toolkit was originally based on included: a literature review, interviews, and a workshop involving 30 stakeholders relevant to the question of inclusive co-design— newcomers, immigrants, and refugees, English as an Additional Language (EAL) students, teachers, researchers, and designers. The toolkit has been updated through additional desk research and drawing on relevant project work.