Are you interested in how to craft better legal communications? We have collected together design resources, principles, and examples for you to use as a legal communication designer.
Legal Design Toolbox: for communication design
Our design research into disclosure and policy design
Margaret Hagan’s book chapter, “Exploding the Fine Print: Designing Visual, Interactive, Consumer-Centric Contracts and Disclosures,” discusses the process and findings around improving contracts through more computable strategies, improved visual and interaction design, and behavioral heuristics and messaging.
These publications can be of help to other designers of disclosures and policies, to help ensure they are following best practice and user requirements.
See our visual report on The Design of Better Consumer-Facing Disclosures, which we presented to the Department of Labor in August 2017.
How do you design legal communications that resonate?
Icons you can use
See a full collection on the Noun Project of law and legal icons.
You can find more privacy-related icons here.
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