Monochromatic Icon System For The Colorblind

Monochromatic Icon System For The Colorblind
Design

With the Color Add Color Identification System, designer Miguel Neiva has developed a system of monochromatic icons that symbolize a range of colors for the colorblind.

Kyle Studstill
  • 5 january 2010

With the Color Add Color Identification System, designer Miguel Neiva has developed a system of monochromatic icons that symbolize a range of colors for the colorblind. The system establishes a code from simple icons that represent red, blue, yellow, white and black;  secondary hues and other colors are denoted by the appropriate combination of these base elements.  Various applications of the system include identification for colored writing instruments, clothing, and transport systems.

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