On December 3, 2019, Accessibility New York City hosted a meetup entitled “Tactile Design for Accessibility.” Presenter Lauren Race, Research Fellow at the NYU Ability Project, hosted a two-part interactive workshop. The first half of the session highlighted design standards and best practices for producing discernible tactile graphics. The second half of the session provided hands-on experience by inviting attendees to design and produce their own take-home tactile designs using microcapsule paper and a fuser.
Here are some of our favorite moments from the workshop:
Really well done. Very informative.
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