FDLP Anniversary Poster
This project took a lot of research to bring my vision to life! The project ask was to represent a federal department while announcing the 70th anniversary of the library's FDLP program.
I recieved the task of representing the National Council on Disability. I wanted to make sure my poster represented a variety of disabilities and not just the obvious few! I did research to make sure that my color choices would be separated easily with color blindness, and searched for icons to fit others. I also used braille for the main title, since the theme would be easily interpreted by seeing people and blind individuals could feel the braille.
When printed out, I used small gems to make it actual readable braille.