The first edition of the Accessible City project aimed to produce a series of fold-out posters that explain certain urban processes and regulations for citizens. The posters make urban policy accessible and understandable for non-experts. The posters were produced through the collaboration of an advocacy organization and a graphic design student of the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design. The students were selected through a design competition organized in the framework of their compulsory Visual Research course. The posters produced through the competition were exhibited accompanied by roundtable discussions on socially engaged design. The project is inspired by the Brooklyn based Center for Urban Pedagogy's (CUP) project called Making Policy Public.