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Stickit / Braille-sticker dictionary


‘Stickit’ suggests the amicable communication between the blind people and the public. We will be connected as one with, ‘Stickit’, a braille sticker dictionary. The public will be able to feel and learn something what the blind people's words and understand them unintentionally. More and more you know about them, your desire to help them will be rising up. The blind people also can express their thoughts that can't be express with their tongue with the braille. With the ‘Stickit’, you can write the letter to the lovers and you also and send your appreciate to your parents. Because you can see and feel the braille stickers.


Yeongnam University

Yeongnam University
Industrial Design
Gyeongsan, South Korea

Prof. Lee Byunghak


Kookmin University

Kookmin University
System Design
Seoul, South Korea

Main designer: Gyeongwan Koo Sub designer: Kihoon Yoon