Mediating Deaf Experience


In their project on designing adaptive environments, the Beverley School for the Deaf has collected a series of simple diagrams illustrating the DEAF experience.  These aim to mediate ideas of communication, interaction, education, interface, ethics, etc. 

“The first four address the interaction of individual and group and how a visual communication’s success is derived mainly from simple ideas of visibilty and a renewed approach for space making.”


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