Designer/ Researcher/ Creator
Can visual supports for children with autism and other disabilities be disrupted and improved?
Yes. By researching the issue and discovering key areas for improvement, better tools can be created through tapping the power of the community.
I synthesized my research findings into seven note-worthy points that shaped my deliverables.
I created Visuly—a system of digital and physical resources designed to help children with autism and other disabilities to communicate and learn through visual reinforcement.
The website is the main hub for Visuly, where teachers and parents can build visual aids for individual kids, and share their work with others in the child's support network.
Visuly cards—customized and ordered through the website—provide a tactile and durable physical form of visual supports for kids to use.
Thanks for dropping by. I'm interested in new creative opportunities so shoot me a note and let's chat.