Produced content to meet Scope’s social change goals on time and on budget.
About the project
Scope’s new website is a model of user-focused design: Scope engaged with disabled people and their families every step of the way, from discovery to user acceptance testing.
Scope brought a Scroll content designer on board as an extra pair of hands to design some of the new content.
We’re really proud to have played even a small part in this project.
The Scroll content designer was tasked with writing a series of articles that would meet specific user needs.
They would work closely with users and with Scope’s policy and research experts , to co-create and test content at every step.
Scroll’s experience of user-centred design meant that the content designer could be parachuted into the project, quickly understand the requirements and get straight to work.
Scope is a disability equality charity in England and Wales. Scope provides practical information and emotional support when it’s most needed and campaigns relentlessly to create a fairer society. See Scope’s new website.
Wrote content in line with Scope’s style guide and accessibility principles.
Met the challenge of writing to the social model of disability.
What they say…
“Working with Scroll has been amazing. The Scroll content designer quickly picked up how to write about disability and tackle complex and nuanced subjects, including discrimination. They were proactive, thorough and great at collaborating with other content designers in the team. We would work with them again in a heartbeat.”
Senior content designer, Scope