Smartwatch for Visually Impaired

Braille smartwatch for visually impaired


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Braille smartwatch for visually impaired

Braille is beautiful.
The first moving braille smartwatch for the visually impaired.
A powerful and cohesive look.

CloudandCo Studio created an extraordinary piece of art and design that meets usability.
Braille smartwatch for visually impaired is an outstanding smartwatch that allow impaired people to have and use technology on their wrists.


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As they specified in their project:

  • There are over 285 million communities of vision-impaired people in the world.
  • 95% of blind people give up learning braille.
  • Only 1% of books are also written in braille.
  • Braille technology is currently priced at $2,000 to $13,000.

Awards won:

  • Cannes Lions 2016
  • Gold Product Design, Communication
  • Gold Innovation – Innovative
  • CLIO 2016
  • Gold Innovation, Product Innovation
  • CLIO Health 2016
  • GRAND PRIX Product Innovation
  • GRAND PRIX Design

The studio share various views and shots of the smartwatch, as well as interface designs for the app included with the watch.


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The Watch

The smartwatch features a clean, modern and minimalistic design, made in silver and dark-grey colors. The product can be purchased with various bands colors, like light grey, dark grey, orange and antique pink. Apart from these details, the real subject is the watch case. It is built with a circular shape, with perfectly perpendicular sides, like a cylinder. On one side, there are three buttons that can be used to perform certain actions, and on the main surface, where normally there should be a display, there are various dots that move up and down, allowing its owner to read and recognize which messages have been displayed on the smartphone.
Also, all of these dots are interactive and can be pushed in order to make certain actions.

The Interface

CloudandCo Studio also created all the interfaces for phone’s apps and the website. They both share a minimalistic, clean and elegant design, mostly composed by serif fonts. The main colors used are black, grey and orange. One of the most interesting details about the design is the anomaly on the content size. In fact, all the interfaces present huge texts and huge call to actions, but are exactly these details that make the design extremely usable for visually impaired people. By making every button and option as big as possible, they allow people to reach and access to every single option without the risk of misses or to select the wrong option.

Agency: CloudandCo Studio
Project: Behance

Braille smartwatch for visually impaired

Braille is beautiful.
The first moving braille smartwatch for the visually impaired.
A powerful and cohesive look.

CloudandCo Studio created an extraordinary piece of art and design that meets usability.
Braille smartwatch for visually impaired is an outstanding smartwatch that allow impaired people to have and use technology on their wrists.

As they specified in their project:

  • There are over 285 million communities of vision-impaired people in the world.
  • 95% of blind people give up learning braille.
  • Only 1% of books are also written in braille.
  • Braille technology is currently priced at $2,000 to $13,000.

Awards won:

  • Cannes Lions 2016
  • Gold Product Design, Communication
  • Gold Innovation – Innovative
  • CLIO 2016
  • Gold Innovation, Product Innovation
  • CLIO Health 2016
  • GRAND PRIX Product Innovation
  • GRAND PRIX Design

The studio share various views and shots of the smartwatch, as well as interface designs for the app included with the watch.

The Watch

The smartwatch features a clean, modern and minimalistic design, made in silver and dark-grey colors. The product can be purchased with various bands colors, like light grey, dark grey, orange and antique pink. Apart from these details, the real subject is the watch case. It is built with a circular shape, with perfectly perpendicular sides, like a cylinder. On one side, there are three buttons that can be used to perform certain actions, and on the main surface, where normally there should be a display, there are various dots that move up and down, allowing its owner to read and recognize which messages have been displayed on the smartphone.
Also, all of these dots are interactive and can be pushed in order to make certain actions.

The Interface

CloudandCo Studio also created all the interfaces for phone’s apps and the website. They both share a minimalistic, clean and elegant design, mostly composed by serif fonts. The main colors used are black, grey and orange. One of the most interesting details about the design is the anomaly on the content size. In fact, all the interfaces present huge texts and huge call to actions, but are exactly these details that make the design extremely usable for visually impaired people. By making every button and option as big as possible, they allow people to reach and access to every single option without the risk of misses or to select the wrong option.

Agency: CloudandCo Studio
Project: Behance

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