Unsupported browser

You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.

Sign up for an Award

Participate with your entry in one of our professional or student awards.

Sign up for an award

Sign up for a Profile

Create your own profile and publish it in the iF WORLD DESIGN GUIDE.

Sign up for a profile

Learn more:

iF SOCIAL IMPACT PRIZE (free of charge)

Present your project for free and win your share of EUR 50,000 in prize money.

Publish your project

Dyslexic Design / Changing Dyslexia's Image

Dyslexic Design
Dyslexic Design
Dyslexic Design
Dyslexic Design
Dyslexic Design
Dyslexic Design
Dyslexic Design

Dyslexic Design brings together 13 leading designers’ works, with the aim of collectively showing that dyslexia can come with considerable gifts. The show celebrated the lateral, visual, 3-D thinking and problem solving abilities that dyslexics often have.
Disciplines include fashion, illustration, fine art, product design and jewellery. Objects exhibited included an egg shaped wine decanter, a jacket that can take the form of a gorilla and hand-stitched illustrations drawn backwards.
Together the works illustrate that people with dyslexia use their creative, dyslexic thinking to enrich their work, often giving it its own idiosyncratic style.

Client / Manufacturer

ROKOS

ROKOS
London, United Kingdom

Design

Ab Rogers Design

Ab Rogers Design
London, United Kingdom