Miguel Neiva

Miguel Neiva

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Name: Miguel Neiva
Organization: ColorADD . Color Identification System
Website: http://www.coloradd.net
Title: Master in Design / creator ColorADD Code
Bio:
Ashoka Fellow, Graphic Designer and Social Entrepreneur - Creator of ColorADD, Color identification system for colorblind people, an universal and inclusive code, which allows inclusion of about 350 million people around the world. This code is already being implemented by several entities from different economic sectors of society. Trough NGO ColorADD.Social, wants to provide ColorADD in education, allowing the inclusion of colorblind children without discriminating, always having in mind his mission of taking this tool to All…trying to promote a better and inclusive World.

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Mar 09, 2016 / 0 Comments / in Health care

Miguel is transforming visual communication through a simple, universal and inclusive code that represents colors. Through ColorADD, Miguel is building a world where the social inclusion of colorblind people becomes the norm.

Nov 06, 2015 / 0 Comments / in Social enterprise, Design, Disability rights, Minority rights

ColorADD is raising society awareness for colorblindness, providing a innovative solution that helps colorblind to identify colors whenever color is a factor of identification, orientation or choice. With the ColorADD code on labels or hang-tags the colors in clothes are easily identified.

ColorADD is raising society's awareness for colorblindness and also providing a holistic solution that helps colorblind to identify colors whenever color is a factor of identification, orientation or choice.

ColorADD is a universal graphic code whose mission is to enable the colorblind to identify colors. It supports the social integration of persons with color vision deficiency. The kids in Schools may be discriminated because they don´t distinguish the Colors. But then through an Alliance with a pencil maker (Viarco), they are providing pencils with ColorADD code that avoid discrimination.