Accessibility Icons are an important way to denote what type of event your guests will be entering into. Is this a closed event just for members of a particular community? Is there elevator access to the space? Will there be loud noises, bright lights, &/or strong scents in the space? Accessibility Icons allow you to easily communicate what to expect so that guests can make more educated decisions & plan accordingly if needed.
An icon from each category may not make sense for every event. You are welcome to use any & all of these icons based on what type of event you are putting on.
Do you have an idea for a new icon? Email us at MRC@Oberlin.edu to suggest one!
Denote what kind of light your guests can expect at your event: little to no lights, average lights, bright lights, strobe or flashing lights.
Denotes what kind of sounds your guests can expect at your event: little to no sounds, average sounds, loud sounds.
Denotes if closed captions will be on: no closed captions or closed captions provided.
Denotes how the space can be accessed: elevator access, ramp access, or stairs-only access.
Denotes the location of the event: indoor or outdoor.
Denotes if fragrance will be used: no strong scents or fragrance/scents intentionally used.
Denotes if there will be wifi: no wifi or wifi provided.
Denotes if a presentation for an event has a large print, advanced copy available.