This is a project created to challenge the idea of universal design and visual accessibility. Derived from the concept of the most common color blindness test tool, Ishihara Plates: In the form of a traditional test image, viewers would usually be asked to distinguish a pattern or a number. This piece contains three groups of complimentary colors that are randomly generated, in a seemingly similar form as an Ishihara Plate. However, the image is designed to be challenging for either Deuteranomaly (Red-green), Tritanomaly (Blue-yellow) color blinded or normal vision to see due to the breaking of color sets, unlike a normal test plate. 
Software: Adobe Illustrator
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