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Card Game, UNO ColorADD

This is a Card game. It was collaborator: Mattel and manufactured by Mattel. Its medium is digital print on coated card stock.

Approximately 350 million people worldwide are affected by color blindness. As the world’s number one selling card game, UNO® is played by matching numbers and colors. A simple premise, unless one struggles with color identification. To make the game more accessible, UNO® partnered with ColorADD, a color identification system using symbols to represent colors, to create the first card game optimized for the color blind.

This object was donated by Mattel.

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This object was previously on display as a part of the exhibitions Access+Ability and Joris Laarman Lab: Design in the Digital Age.

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