1. (via 'Life': A comic book for the blind | Crave - CNET)

When Philipp Meyer, a design student at the University of Applied Sciences in Potsdam, Germany, decided to try to make a comic book for the blind, his goal was twofold: create a story that’s as graphically simplified as possible, and realize it in a way that is equally explorable to both the sighted and the blind. Thus was born Life: a simple tale told using only circles of varying textures to describe a single life cycle.

Credit: Philipp Meyer View in High-Res

    (via 'Life': A comic book for the blind | Crave - CNET)

    When Philipp Meyer, a design student at the University of Applied Sciences in Potsdam, Germany, decided to try to make a comic book for the blind, his goal was twofold: create a story that’s as graphically simplified as possible, and realize it in a way that is equally explorable to both the sighted and the blind. Thus was born Life: a simple tale told using only circles of varying textures to describe a single life cycle.

    Credit: Philipp Meyer

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