Saturday, January 2, 2010
Color Codes for The Color Blind
Can you imagine a world without color? From health care to transportation, we rely on it to cue us daily.
Miguel Neiva has created a color coding system to improve daily life for the predominantly male population who experience color blindness. The Color Add Color Identification System offers monochromatic icons to represent a range of colors. Using red, yellow and blue as the foundation, a code is developed in order to create visual icons. These icons can then be included on all color-based systems (from clothing tags to transportation maps) in order to increase accessibility and understanding.