Designing Clarity: Utilizing Graphic Design to Enhance Media Functionality for the Visually Impaired
School of Communication and Digital Content
Master of Fine Arts in Graphic Design (MFA)
Color-blind, CVD, Vision, Graphics
Art and Design | Graphic Design
Ellison, Jeremy Curtis, "Designing Clarity: Utilizing Graphic Design to Enhance Media Functionality for the Visually Impaired" (2020). Masters Theses. 680.
The designed purpose of this research is to help to bridge the gap between graphic design and those who suffer from color-blindness. By not only coming to a better understanding of color deficiencies but also rethinking how we approach our use of color within our designs, we may begin to create more inclusive designs, thus communicating more efficiently.