Designing Tactile Schematics is a thesis project by Lauren Race with advisors Tom Igoe and Amy Hurst, for NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program. We welcome questions and comments: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Style & Workflow Guide
This is a guide for designers who want to design tactile schematics for tactile learners. It provides guidance for the design standards and best practices, templates, workflow, and printing process. They were developed by experts in design, accessibility, and physical computing.
In order to make these schematics you, or your collaborators, will need to have a working knowledge of Adobe Illustrator or Sketch, and have access to Swell Touch Paper and a Swell Form Machine. A basic understanding of Arduino and electronic symbols is also helpful. These standards are a work in progress, so we welcome suggestions.
This is a collection of the 50+ schematics, from NYU ITP’s Physical Computing class, converted to tactile schematics using the standards and best practices from the style guide.
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