Expanding your design thinking through inclusive design practices can provide design solutions, including navigating the nuances of alt text requirements. These practices empower communication designers to explore fresh problem-solving approaches, especially in the context of print and web-based assets.
        Alt text, a fundamental aspect of web accessibility, allows you to describe images and visual content, ensuring they're accessible to those with visual impairments. Incorporating thoughtful alt text, in compliance with accessibility standards, is crucial in making your designs both relevant and accessible. 
        My favourite resource of all that have been shared has to be Alt Text as Poetry, a collaborative project developed by Bojana Coklyat and Shannon Finnegan, two artists and disability advocates.
        By considering the complexities of alt text, you'll not only address accessibility needs but also discover practical design solutions that enhance the inclusivity and impact of your work.