RESEARCH | INCLUSION
Design Team: Solo Project
Project Advisor: Neil Torrefiel
Timeline: 5 weeks
Initiative: Design research, Competitive analysis, Prototyping, Wireframing, and Usability testing
Location: San Francisco
Dyslexic brains process information differently, allowing to see the world from a different lens. Imagination, storytelling, empathy and the ability to simplify things while seeing the big picture are unique characteristics of dislexic people. Reading and writing, however, is a challenge. This case study blends human stories of people with learning differences and their trusted network of people.
An exploratory prototype to see how browser extension could provide adults with reading dyslexia a sense of independence, support, and the ability to understand information by synthesizing text and visual mapping.