Leading corporate Proctor & Gamble to make advertisements inclusive & accessible
March 25, 2018
In the recent past, many corporate giants have decided to become accessible and inclusive. Another top company to join the list is Procter and Gamble (P&G). This multinational company plans to make its advertisements more inclusive, by reaching out to people who are blind.
The consumer goods company believes that accessibility and inclusion is a constant thing. It develops over years, and corporate companies must strive to achieve it during their journey. Over the last one year, P&G has been working on that.
The company has introduced audio description to its ads. In this, an audio narrative will be placed on the top of the content of the ad to describe what is being shown in words.
Sam Latif is the special consultant of inclusive design at P&G. He has been working there for the past two years to bring inclusivity and accessibility to advertisements.
With P&G bringing in this novel idea, their advertisements will reach more people as well.
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