Intelligo Living Aids Provide Support for the Newly Visually Impaired

By: Amelia Roblin - Jan 16, 2015
References: christinafhsu & thedieline
The singularity of this fingerprint packaging concept is as individual as the markings that form the boxes. Intended to contain a range of products to aid a newly blind population, this tactile and visual motif of identifying impressions encourages people to explore their other sense in greater depth.

Students Christina Hsu and Pearlyn Lii came up with the idea to create a smart cane for the visually impaired, plus a peripheral collection of accessories and replacements for it. The group of products would be encased within these uniquely designed containers, complete with tactile Braille lettering, pronounced enough to be easily found and understood by all. Very simple graphics forming Intelligo fingerprint packaging are only there for those who can see.