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Dissemination and Analysis of Visual Signs for Persons with Disabilities

Caihua Zou, Yulu Liu, Yuting Pan


With the dissemination and analysis of visual signs of disabled people as the research theme, this paper aims to explore the relationship between the attention of disabled people in society and social civilization, and reveal the low degree of social cognition of the psychological needs of disabled people. Through investigation and case analysis, this paper discusses the feasibility of applying visual signs to poster and packaging design based on the existing excellent cases of addressing the needs of the disabled. The goal of this study is to convey the concept of caring for the disabled through visual design, improve the public’s awareness and protection of resources for the disabled, and then promote the progress of social civilization.


Disabled persons;Visual signs;Information dissemination

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v7i23.9855