'Hello Haptic', a set of tactile cards for blind children

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Hello Haptic

Hello Haptic’ is a flash card kit designed for for children with visual impairments.
These cards, thanks to the Braille text embossed on one side of the paper and a texture on the other, help the child to learn and become familiar with the nature around them.

Each kit is categorized by a location in nature such as the zoo, sea shore and forest.

Designer: Rhea Jeong, YoungSoo Hong, Sun Min Lee and Sae Hee Lee of Samsung Design Membership

 

Hello Haptic Braille text Hello Haptic kit card Bambini che giocano con il kit Hello Haptic Bambino che gioca con il kit Hello Haptic

(via: Yanko Design)

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Martina Cavalieri

I’m a 26 years old Italian graphic designer with a passion for typography and company branding. I have an MA in Industrial and Graphic Design and I’m currently Graphic Designer at Horus.

In my spare time I write for my art blog called Martineken and I keep pursuing my interest by doing graphic concepts and mock-ups.
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