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The Scripor Alphabet

The tactile standardization of colors – known as the Scripor alphabet – is a concept based on the extension of the Braille alphabet. This innovative, easy-to-learn and universal chromatic standardization allows every person with visual impairment to read, write, understand, remember, differentiate and recognize colors efficiently. Using the principles of Universal Design, the Scripor alphabet is designed to empower the blind, colorblind and people with visual disabilities, enabling them to live inclusively, in a colorful world.

Created by Dascal Adrian