Creating a radical, accessible library
Google Apps, Adobe Creative Suite
Duration + type:
One Semester, class project
Create an easy reference brochure for library accessibility
Graphic design, universal design thinking
For class we needed to create a resource for our field related to disability studies. Accessibility is a subject that many librarians depend on a few specialists (official or unofficial) at their library to perform.
An easy reference brochure (and text only companion for screen readers) for library professionals who may be interested in learning more about ways they can become more accessible.
I worked with Audrey Huggett to assemble a reading list, complete research, and design the brochure. In addition to this class project, Audrey was my co-planner for RadLib which also focused on accessibility among other themes.
Cross-listed across many University of Michigan schools (Rackham, School of Education, School of Architecture, School of Social Work, Kinesiology, and the English Literature and Language Department) the course provided a graduate level conversation of the affordances of disabled being in the world.