VISTA PARA TODOS: COLOR BLINDNESS POSTER PROTOTYPE
The World Health Organization estimates that at least 19 million children worldwide are visually impaired. A majority of these children struggle with manageable conditions because they lack access to affordable and reliable healthcare. The Vista Para Todos/Sight for All screening kit is intended as an aid for elementary school teachers in the developing world. The objective is to promote vision health throughout rural communities, facilitate the identification of common impairments in school-aged children, and streamline the referral process to local doctors.
Early iterations of the screening kits included the poster prototype designed to help identify possible color vision deficiency in students. The illustrated poster contains hidden shapes and colors that should be easily recognized by children of all ages. The initial prototype has been well received, but future iterations will require further testing and refinement before production.