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Fair and Reasonable Use / Product Design

Fair and Reasonable Use
Fair and Reasonable Use

Due to physiological reasons, visually impaired people cannot recognize plastic recycling signs as easily as ordinary people, (plastic recycling signs were developed by Plastics Industry Association in 1988) which leads to many problems such as wrong use or disposal of plastic products by visually impaired people. This design follows the principle of universal design, and adds the corresponding Braille tips on top of the plastic recycling logo, a small change can greatly help the visually impaired people to use plastic products healthily and sort plastic waste reasonably.

University

Tianjin University of Finance and E

Tianjin University of Finance and E
Tianjin, China

Qianhui Wu,
Tianjin University of Finance and Economics

Jiahao Tang,
Tianjin University of Finance and Economics

Tongyue Ouyang,
Tianjin University of Finance and Economics

Ziying Pang,
Tianjin University of Finance and Economics