Line Drawings, Collections, and Stickers

The DO-IT Center has created a large set of line drawings that we use in our publications. We offer these for use by others as needed. Feel free to use them on your websites, in brochures, books, curriculum materials, and other publications. There are no restrictions or cost for using these files. However, please acknowledge the source with wording such as “Source: DO-IT, uw.edu/doit/line-drawings-and-images” or “This image was used with permission from the DO-IT Center and is available to others at uw.edu/doit/line-drawings-and-images.”

Line Drawings

DO-IT provides a collection of line drawings and images that can be used by the general public to promote disability. Click on each image to find a full size version to download.

Enter one or more Categories as a comma separated list (accessible-technology, computing, office, miscellaneous, STEM)
  • Accessible 3-piece keyboard connected to gears
    Category: accessible-technology
  • Student in a wheelchair viewing brochures.
    Category: office
  • Two students smiling while using a tablet.
    Category: computing
  • Student interacting with engineering tool.
    Category: STEM
  • Student in a wheelchair handing a paper to a person standing at the front desk.
    Category: office
  • Student in a wheelchair handing a paper to a person standing at the front desk.
    Category: office
  • A group of students working on a tablet
    Category: computing
  • An instructor working with a student using a headset on a computer.
    Category: accessible-technology
  • A student and an instructor looking at a laptop.
    Category: computing
  • Person in a wheelchair opening a door.
    Category: office
  • Man in a wheelchair talking to a boy who is standing.
    Category: miscellaneous
  • An instructor helping a student on the computer.
    Category: computing
  • Person in a wheelchair talking to someone who is standing.
    Category: office
  • An instructor connecting electrodes to a student.
    Category: STEM
  • A student presentation with an interpreter.
    Category: miscellaneous
  • An instructor placing an engineering tool on a student’s arm.
    Category: STEM
  • A push to open button.
    Category: miscellaneous
  • A student with a robot.
    Category: STEM
  • A young person using tool in mouth to help type on keyboard
    Category: accessible-technology
  • Person uses sip and puff wheelchair while looking at a laptop.
    Category: accessible-technology
  • A student with arm braces working on a computer.
    Category: computing
  • An instructor helping two students on a laptop.
    Category: computing
  • Two students conducting an experiment with test tubes.
    Category: STEM
  • Students using a microscope.
    Category: STEM
  • Student using accessible technology to use computer
    Category: accessible-technology
  • A student with a cochlear working on a computer.
    Category: computing
  • A man working on a computer with his guide dog.
    Category:
  • A student looking through a microscope.
    Category: STEM
  • Students looking into petri dishes.
    Category: STEM
  • A student smiling while on her computer.
    Category: computing
  • Student smiling while in wheelchair with accessible technology attached
    Category: accessible-technology
  • A student using a headset and working on a computer.
    Category: computing
  • A person looking into a microscope.
    Category: STEM
  • A student wearing a headset while using a laptop.
    Category: computing
  • A student in a wheelchair using a laptop.
    Category: computing
  • A student in a wheelchair using a laptop.
    Category: computing
  • Student smiling while in wheelchair with accessible technology attached
    Category: accessible-technology
  • A student in a wheelchair using a laptop.
    Category: computing
  • Student uses sip and puff wheelchair technology to use computer.
    Category: accessible-technology
  • A student in a wheelchair using a headset and a computer.
    Category: computing
  • Student in a wheelchair being interviewed.
    Category: office
  • A person looking into a microscope.
    Category: STEM
  • Student using wheelchair with sip and puff accessible technology.
    Category: accessible-technology
  • A student using a burner.
    Category: STEM
  • Student at a desk holding crutches and a pen.
    Category: miscellaneous
  • An instructor working with a student on a science lab computer.
    Category: STEM
  • A student working with another to look at petri dishes.
    Category: STEM
  • An instructor conducting an experiment with two students.
    Category: STEM
  • Two people signing.
    Category: miscellaneous
  • A student reading Braille.
    Category: miscellaneous
  • Woman using wheelchair and mouthpiece accessible technology to use computer.
    Category: accessible-technology
  • Someone is helping another person write notes.
    Category: office
  • A student using screen enhancing software.
    Category: computing

Collections

You can download the full set of line drawings by category.

Stickers

DO-IT also prints a variety of stickers available for order from DO-IT. Select from the stickers below and email the names to doit@uw.edu to make your order.

  • Diversity Includes Disability sticker
    Diversity_Includes_Disability-11-30-15.jpg
  • I Caption My Videos sticker
    I_Caption_Videos-11-30-15.jpg
  • AccessComputing sticker
    Just AccessComp.jpg
  • #NoMouse sticker
    NoMouse Stickers_Final.jpg
  • Quorum: Programming for Everyone sticker
    Stickers_Quorum_Final.jpg
  • Teach Accessibility sticker
    Stickers_Teach_Accessibility_2.jpg