[games_access] T-shirt concept "accessibility for all" Michelle Hinn

AudioGames.net richard at audiogames.net
Mon Jan 16 01:29:19 EST 2006

Mmm, why replace it? Picture this:

accessibility for all gamers

With the right typeset, this might even be strong enough without an extra image (although it would be more boring ;). But the text "accessibility for all gamers" gives the title "Game Not Over" enough context to be clearly understood.

Not bad at all. 


  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Robert Florio 
  To: games_access at igda.org 
  Sent: Monday, January 16, 2006 1:21 AM
  Subject: [games_access] T-shirt concept "accessibility for all" Michelle Hinn

  The concept established I think Michelle hit the male in my head with the quote below I quoted from her.

  "The problem, of course, is that by extending the wheelchair
  symbol we suggest that we are primarily concerned with
  mobility disabilities -- which we are concerned with but we
  are primarily concerned with the full range of disabilities
  and increasing the accessibility for all gamers. "

  Accessibility for All Gamers might be a good slogan replacing Game Not Over or adding to it but probably replacing it.  I finally decided it I get time tomorrow I'll do a sketch mockup of an idea.

  Robert Florio's concept:
  The head of a woman in silhouette with gestural depth having a bunch of systems such as PC, Xbox 360 Xbox etc or a plane console plugged into her brain or not her brain just her mind, symbolizing the source is for all and in the center but what surrounds it is the issue.  The words "Accessibility for All" in typing somewhere.

  Deadlines like this usually in class someone needs to make a decision.  It should be voted on soon.  Feel free to play upon this concept.

  www.RobertFlorio.com all about art and videogame accessibility


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