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1.3 billion people around the world have disabilities, 30% of them are blind people. They are afraid to look different from non-blind people. So they feel very uncomfortable not distinguishing the color and the pattern of the clothes. We wanted to reduce this inequality.
We didn't use it because only 10% of them can read Braille. Instead, we designed nine shapes using associative techniques. 86% of them have visual impairments due to illness or accidents, so they remember the color-related symbols.
Just Match it with the color and put it on a hanger so they will be able to pick it up easily by themselves.
Ansan-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
Lee Pyeong Deung,
Son Yun Ju,
Park Gyeong Min,
Kim Dong Jae ,