Nowadays there are several tools and ways to disseminate activities aimed at youngsters, but it is not always easy to know where to start. To help you disseminate your activities and resources online, we decided to focus on two areas: design and marketing, showing how you can produce and disseminate effective, accessible and inclusive content in the digital world.
We chose 1 digital tool, 1 guide and 1 project to help and inspire you in these areas, click on each one to know more:
Canva is an online graphic design and publishing platform that provides a wide variety of design tools to help people create their own content easily and without the need for design experience.
The tool features a series of templates created by professionals, which allow users to develop all types of visual content, such as images and videos for social media, presentations, infographics, posters, CVs, among others.
Digital Accessibility GuideDigital Accessibility Guide by Texthelp gives useful and clear information on how to ensure that all individuals can access and understand your digital content, including people with disabilities, older people, people that lack digital skills and more.Through this guide, any youth worker will be able to acknowledge barriers to digital inclusion and how to reduce them.
The Influencers project provides a structured approach aimed at people with disabilities for developing competences in media and online literacy, as well as support for developing a career as Online Social Entrepreneurs. The project puts youth at the center of the discourse, fostering an interesting way of disseminating content online, encouraging discussions on important topics and empowering young people.