These Graphic-Based Books Assist Individuals Who Are Colorblind

By: Michael Nieto - Published: Jan 15, 2014 • References: dtunstalldesign & designtaxi
A graphic design student named Dominic Tunstall has created new colorblind books titled ‘Everything About One Thing.’ This book is designed to help colorblind individuals and teach them about graphic design and typography. The book was created as part of the International Society of Typographic Designers (ISTD) to illustrate new ways of teaching typography.

There are three chapters that focus on the introduction, the types of color blindness and X & Y chromosomes. Each page is illustrated in the format of a magazine that has various hues that the eye can still detect. These colorblind books would be useful tools as they are carefully designed to help these individuals who seek to learn about color and its various representations through their vision. Stats for Intuitive Colorblind Books Trending: Older & Average
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