Braille Bricks is a toy for literacy and inclusion of blind children.
The standard Lego brick has six dots, arranged in two columns of three–the exact same configuration of braille lettering.
It’s one of those coincidences that feels almost fated in retrospect. Which is why in a pro bono project for the Dorina Nowill Foundation–a nonprofit that offers free services to families with vision impairment–the marketing firm Lew’Lara\TBWA came up with an ingenious mashup: Braille Bricks.
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