兿 | Experience-driven Designer | UX & ID
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(In Process) Color Deficiency & Work Collaboration | Inclusive Design

 

+ Duration | Winter 2018 (3 mos), HCDE Inclusive Design

+ My Role | Research, Ideation, Low to High-fidelity Prototyping

+ Methods | Interview, Participatory Study, Usability Testing, Wireframe, Sketch, Principle

 

+ Sector | Office & Productivity

+ Team | 4 Members

The Problem

How might we create an engaging work collaboration for people with color deficiency in this colorful world? 

 
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"It is especially hard for me to work with infographics during presentations. I need to keep reminding my colleagues to accommodate my color vision, otherwise, they would not remember." 
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Color Deficiency is both a hereditary and non-hereditary condition that affects or prevents the distinction of colors. It is estimated that about 250 million people in the world are colorblind. Men have an 8% chance of acquiring the condition, while the chance for women is 0.5%.

Project in process, more details coming soon...