BRAILLIANT

A poster depicted the font "Brailliant," which combines the braille alphabet into a sans serif, all caps font. At the top, the words "Braille" and "Sans Serif" are written. Below that are the words "Vision" and "Sight" arranged to form the shape of two eyes. The font's alphabet is located in the center of the image, and the test sentence "Few Quips Galvanized The Mock Jury Box" is written at the bottom. There are six light grey dots arranged to form the Braille dot grid in the background.
A mockup of a book sits on a gray, dotted background. On the first page, a quote by Hellen Keller reads: "It is a terrible thing to see and have no vision." Below that, the word "Braille" is written in the Braille alphabet. On the second page, part of the Braille grid is shown.
A mockup of a book sits on top of a gray, dotted background. On the first page, letters A through X of the Brailliant alphabet are arranged. On the second page, letters Y and Z of the Alphabet are shown. Below that is the word "Brailliant" written in the Brailliant font, and a description of the font is located on the bottom half of the page. The description reads: "Brailliant was created as an avenue for inclusion and awareness between visually-impaired and sighted people. By incorporating the braille alphabet into a sans serif font, Brailliant can be used to teach and prepare those whose eyesight may be deteriorating, while simultaneously bridging a gap in communication between those who can and cannot see."

Brailliant was created as an avenue for inclusion and awareness between visually-impaired and sighted people. By incorporating the braille alphabet into a sans serif font, this typeface can be used to teach and prepare those whose eyesight may be deteriorating. Since those who lose their eyesight often lose it over an extended period of time, Brailliant can help lessen the jarring shock of needing to learn a new written language, while simultaneously bridging a gap in communication between those who can and cannot see.

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Adobe Illustrator and InDesign, 2019.