Comic books for the visually impaired – without relying on Braille
Comic books line red shelves in a comic book storeUntil now, comic books for the visually impaired have included Braille text, possibly with some raised graphics. But comic book creator Ilan Manouach has developed a new tactile comic book targeted to visually impaired reader that can also be enjoyed by the sighted.
There is some text in Braille, but the majority of the story will be told through tactile designs that cross languages and abilities.
To fully understand this new design, visit this Fast Company article to read more.
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