Making Accessible Work

Posted on: May 11, 2018
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This body of work deconstructs how the designed world privileges some bodies over others, aggregates this research, and educates other content creators through print and digital media. Here, technology functions to elevate the content through the rich colors of the Risograph printer, the multimodality of web development, and 3D printed Braille. The format of this work is designed to be shared and dispersed with minimized barriers.

Art Quiñones

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BFA Student

Major: Graphic Design

Graduation Year: 2018

Artist Statement:

Art Quiñones is a graphic designer and community organizer interested in creating accessible and inclusive design with a focus on critical dialogue. Their practice explores how technology can enhance functionality for disabled and otherwise marginalized users. Art would like their work to make the world a more equitable place, at least by a little bit.