Arrangements in Color + Braille
Experimental Design Research

This book documents four experiments conducted in 2015 investigating the best ways to connect braille, a tactile language, to  alternate visual representations. I chose to use primary colors and strategic tile placements to emulate the tactile characteristics of braille. These experiments explored both the additive (light) and subtractive (pigment) color theories, braille, and human interaction to provide awareness for the sighted community of the beauties of braille while simultaneously including color to help achieve its understanding.