Looking for the archived pattern library?
Our guidance is primarily designed to help support services to meet requirements set out in our checklist. However, it should be useful for anyone building digital products for Jisc, advising and guiding your process in a consistent way.
The guidance follows and promotes best practice in usability, accessibility and design for the web. It should be useful and applicable for a variety of use cases; long-form content website, stateful single page application, data visualisation tool or search and browse interface.
The approach we take in the design, development and production of sites and content
How to create structure, atmosphere and help users get around
Tried and (user) tested design patterns to guide your design
How to take users through actions and guide them to next steps
Practical guidance on how to make sure your content is consistent with Jisc visual and written style
Ensuring that our sites are best of breed
How to check that online content meets accessibility regulations so that it benefits all users
Can’t find what you’re looking for?
If you can’t find the guidance here to help with your challenge then there are many other resources available on the web. Here are a selection that we admire and align with our approach:
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