What symbols are, the Widgit set and how they are developed
About symbol users and what it's like to be a non-reader
Discover some of the ways in which symbols are used
Make personalised symbol materials
Create symbol materials online
Ordering details, postage and licence information for the UK
Information about translated products and Widgit partners in your country
Our specialist design team will work in partnership with your organisation to create accessible symbol materials
For a more inclusive environment we offer ready-made low-cost symbol signage, or design for bespoke signs
Widgit training resources to help you make the most of your software
Widgit Symbols are protected under copyright, see our copyright and publishing guidance
Phone: 01926 333686
Online and on-site training helps you make the most of your software
Explanation of the file types, and download and installation guides
Invoicing, order online, or receive a personalised CD with your chosen resources
See how schools, families and organisations around the world are using Widgit Symbols to support communication, education and understanding.
Share your Widgit story
Find out where you can see Widgit products at our forthcoming events
Widgit training and resources to help you make the most of your software
Organisations offering advice and support on Widgit products
Create your own British Sign Language (BSL) materials with InPrint 3, InPrint 2 and SymWriter.
An illustrated book with Widgit Symbols. Plus additional set of over 40 resources.
A practical resource designed to develop skills in listening and responding to the learner.
A supplementary pack for Pupil Voice, for children and young people on the autistic spectrum.
An internationally focused book about symbols and literacy.
Symbols Making Sense is a complete reading scheme with more than 40 symbol books.
Supporting the inclusion of all children into education, early years, play, home and childcare.
A series of illustrated story and colouring books to engage families with the countryside, nature and rural heritage.