The German association for the Blind and Visually Impaired (DBSV e.V.) is something like the mother of all support unions for blind and visually impaired people. For over 100 years, as an umbrella organization, the DBSV advocates the needs and matters of those who see in a different way. Of course, a mother ship like this is traveling fully loaded with stories. We are making sure that those stories are read.
For some years now, we design together with DBSV e.V. its annually published book in which blind and visually impaired people have a say, social processes get examined and policy makers get addressed. The constantly changing coverage of new aspects like culture, mobility, or education make the live through different eyes visible.
To make the book accessible to as many members of the DBSV e.V. as possible but also to the interested public we design it „all incl.“. Clear layout, big type, explaining illustrations, photography, barrier free PDF and a supporting DAISY-CD – all of this inkl. Design offers one-stop.
Client: Deutscher Blinden- und Sehbehindertenverband e.V.
Project period: since 2012
Project specifications: Development of a user friendly layout concept for visually challenged readers, recurring annually: layout and graphic design, illustration, photography, image editing, production management