Autism Tactile Training Design is a specialized application of design principles and technologies to assist those with autism in managing and responding to tactile inputs. This design approach seeks to provide a way for those with autism to receive and interpret touch in a manner that is more suitable for them than a traditional touch design approach. The design looks to provide a safe, effective and meaningful way for those with autism to understand and interact with tactile inputs. It utilizes design principles such as color theory, grid design, and typography to help create a structured and organized experience for the user. The tactile design also looks to accommodate the varying needs of those with autism, such as auditory and visual sensitivities, and ensures the environment is both safe and easy to navigate.
Tactile Design, Autistic Design, Sensory Design.
CITATION : "James Rothschild. 'Autism Tactile Training Design.' Design+Encyclopedia. https://design-encyclopedia.com/?E=192091 (Accessed on March 23, 2023)"
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