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Explora Neiva 2000, Miguel Neiva e outros!

Portuguese Designer Miguel Neiva developed a code system, named ColorADD®, based on 5 basic shapes that, when combined, make it easier to identify various colors for colorblind people. Its use is currently expanding in Portugal (hospitals, transportation, education) and in other countries.

House in Leiria, Portugal by Manuel Aires Mateus

Claus Porto soap, 100 per cent bio-degradable vegetable based, made with shea butter in a family owned factory in Portugal since 1887...

The ColorADD Universal code enables colorblind people to understand the colors, ensuring equal accessibility for all when color is a factor of identification, orientation and choice.

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Infographic Of The Day: Why Should You Care About Typography?

[Infographic] The basic principles of layout #Typography