Join us for an exciting webcast with Coco Raynes, an award-winning designer whose work showcases a sophisticated graphic vocabulary and design language spanning multiple design fields. From wayfinding and visual identities to interiors, architecture, and jewelry, Raynes' trend-setting designs have been industry game changers, consistently at the leading edge of design and visual exploration. As a pioneer in accessibility and inclusive design, Raynes' patented products have led and informed visually impaired travelers since the mid-80s.
This highly illustrated monograph, featuring more than 650 photographs, delves into Raynes' unique and innovative problem-solving approach and design methodology. Five decades on, her inspiring work continues to articulate a purity of invention and vision.
Join us for the webcast on April 25th at IHCD, where Raynes will discuss her work, followed by a book signing. Don't miss this opportunity to meet the designer and learn more about her groundbreaking designs. The event will take place at 560 Harrison Ave, Unit 401, Boston, MA 02118, from 5:30-7:00p ET.
About The Speaker
Coco Raynes is a globally-renowned designer who specializes in multi-sensory work. Her pioneering contribution to Universal Design includes the invention of the Raynes Rail— the Braille and Audio Handrail System. She has worked with various institutions and museums to make them accessible to the visually impaired.
- Date: Tuesday, April 25, 2023
- Time: 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m EST
- Location: Online on Zoom Webinar. Closed captioning will be provided.
- Type: IHCD Global Webcast
- Price: Free
If you have any questions or concerns or would like to request an accommodation, please email us at communications@IHCDesign.org.
This webcast is part of the IHCD International Inclusive Design Webcast Series in Memory of Eliza Forrest Kaye Bromfield. Eliza was a beloved member of the IHCD family. Through this series of public lunch & learn events that Eliza ran in her years with IHCD, we intend to honor her curiosity and enthusiasm for inclusive design. We sincerely thank her loving family for their generous support of this lecture series.