Inclusive Design for Blind


I think it’s an exciting and necessary idea. I like walking, and I’ve fantasized about my life if I were blind. It would be so scary that I wouldn’t even be able to walk out the door. According to my observation, shops, streets, and houses in the United States are all wheelchair friendly for the disabled, but there are no corresponding facilities for the blind. In my opinion, blind tracks shall be designed on the streets, so that blind people can use them to judge how to walk. Voice devices can be designed at the crossroads so that people can know the road situation when they press the button.

This picture is the design drawing of a project I designed before. I made some improvements to better express my description.

After reading and watching the content about accessibility and inclusion, I think I need to be more inclusive in my design in the future to serve more people.

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Tingyi Li