A Hybrid Braille Font Lets Visually Impaired Kids Read Any Book

To make kids living with visual impairments able to share the same experiences as their friends and peers, a new series of children's books was created. The Storybook For All Eyes each feature a custom-designed font that incorporates both braille and english letters into a single typeface so they can be shared and enjoyed by all.

Created by the Thailand Association of the Blind who worked with ad agency BBDO Bangkok, and publishing house Pasarnmitr, even the illustrations are embossed. So the same book, like Mr. Light and Mr. Dark written by Rook Floro, can be read by any child, and libraries don't have to pay extra to make their collection accessible for all. [Vimeo via Taxi]