There is growing awareness of the less visible forms of disability – including mental health conditions, autism, learning disabilities, early onset dementia, and chronic pain conditions. Disabled people can face barriers in everyday life that prevent them from participating fully in society. The social model of disability is a widely accepted theory that states that disabled people are not disabled by their impairment or condition, but by the barriers they face in society.
This book aims to communicate to the audience in a relatable and approachable manner using effective but playful visual design.
People with bipolar need to be truly understood and respected through communication, but their supporters/loved ones unconsciously use the wrong language while communicating with them which can be a major trigger that has long term effects.
We designed a phrasebook,
- THAT CHALLENGES THE BIAS VIEWS OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC ON THE RIGHT LANGUAGE TO USE WHILE SUPPORTING PEOPLE WITH BIPOLAR
- SPREADS AWARENESS OF THE DISABILITY USING RELATABLE VISUALS