Learn the British Sign Language alphabet
British Sign Language was recognised as an official minority language back in 2003, now over 145,000 people within the UK use it as their preferred language of choice.
Sign language varies depending on the regional variations, accents and colloquialisms that are found in spoken language.
Here UK Hearing Care produced a guide to the A-Z of the British Sign Language alphabet for both your right and left hands.
Visual Communication - 85%
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Content/Script - 80%
Usability - 95%
This infographic offers a way of learning the British Sign Language alphabet, as well as some helpful information and interesting tips about the language itself. This infographic is a great example of a project that communicates visually, as the piece features text that expands upon the visuals. The text does not contain the most pertinent information, but instead allows the viewer to gain more context if they wish. The design style is unified and uncomplicated, but there are section where the design could benefit from a cleaner treatment. The speech bubbles are a bit distracting, and there are white gaps that create distracting resting spaces for the eyes. Regardless, the information here is interesting and helpful, and this infographic succeeds at communicating visually. Right now, we'd give this a B!