incl. is a new quarterly, inclusive, free digital publication that comprises a selection of articles and stories surrounding the theme of inclusivity; which includes but is not limited to, art, design, language, technology, science, policy, LGBTQIA+ theories etc. Developed as a self-initiated project, incl. is curated by its Editor and Creator, Jack Newbury, with the ethos of not excluding any section of society. With the aim to be accessible, incl. has been designed as AA accessible for its readers, with programmed alt text, large font and screen reader functions available.
We aim to adhere as closely as possible to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0, Level AA), published by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). This includes using larger font and colour contrast ratios for better readability for users who are visually impaired or colour blind on our website and articles.
For each issue we will be releasing new new articles which can be downloaded via the article section. At the bottom of each article page is a download button which will open the article and allow you to read it online or download it as a PDF.
All of our articles have been created with a predetermined setup, including alt text and a reading order to allow screen readers to translate text-to-speech for users who are visually impaired.
Jack Newbury, Creator & Editor
Jack Newbury moved to London to study a masters in Material Design at Central Saint Martins in 2017 where he became engrossed in different design theories, specialising in critical projects regarding education, equality & legislation. His practice has a strong focus on inclusivity within the development of socially-engaged projects through a combination of research, design & production. Jack has exhibited his work at major design events across Europe and has been asked to speak at numerous conferences regarding his work with inclusive design. He has recently become a visiting practitioner on MA Material Futures course at Central Saint Martins to deliver evening workshops using visual arts as a starting point for research methods on how to implement critical thinking & application methodologies.
Jemma Queenborough, Inclusive Features Editor
After working as a human rights lawyer on many social issues, Jemma left Law to retrain as a Designer to develop joyful, helpful and beautiful innovation and design solutions to those same social issues. Now, as a Designer and User Researcher, Jemma works across physical and digital products, services and information design, as well as developing her own products. Jemma focuses on Inclusive Design and Accessibility, Social Impact Innovation and Sustainable Design, seeking to research and design products, services and information that are accessible to, and inclusive of, all in society as well as kind to the planet.
Jessie Buckle, Research & Design Editor
Jessie Buckle is a recently qualified Part 1 Architect from the Royal Institute of British Architects, Designer, Writer and PhD Assistant. She has been working with the Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation in New York by completing important archival research on Pioneering Women of American Architecture. Jessie is passionate about academia and will be studying MA Architectural History at UCL, The Bartlett School of Architecture in 2021. In her practice, Jessie looks to combine theoretical and design practice, whilst devising cracks in the glass ceiling.
Conor McGivern, Copy Editor
Conor is a Primary School teacher currently working in Dalston. Before becoming a teacher, Conor studied Religious Studies at Bath Spa University and this led to a passion for promoting diversity and inclusivity in his classroom. Conor is dedicated to supporting all children within his practice, through innovative use of technology to assist children with special educational needs and by advocating for underrepresented groups through carefully selected core texts. Conor's extracurricular passion in the use of language and linguistics has equipped him with the necessary skills for his new role as copy editor for incl.