Degree Project (2021)


For my degree project, I wanted to focus on tactility. More specifically, I was focusing on how blind people interact with graphic design. I wanted to create work that blind people could interact with and enjoy. Most of how we design, and its final form, is usually two-dimensional. By creating a large, over-sized book, it not only allows for more tactility, but also captures our attention as a reminder of how important accessibility is. Accompanying the oversized book are two smaller process books, manually written in braille.


17in×25ft
Rhode Island School of Design
Advisor: Kelsey Dusenka


Degree Project (2021)


For my degree project, I wanted to focus on tactility. More specifically, I was focusing on how blind people interact with graphic design. I wanted to create work that blind people could interact with and enjoy. Most of how we design, and its final form, is usually two-dimensional. By creating a large, over-sized book, it not only allows for more tactility, but also captures our attention as a reminder of how important accessibility is. Accompanying the oversized book are two smaller process books, manually written in braille.


17in×25ft
Rhode Island School of Design
Advisor: Kelsey Dusenka







Process Books










Optical Coherence Tomography Woodblock Prints