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Products for the deaf (cont!)

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    Posted by patrick (U14782002) on Thursday, 10th February 2011

    Back in october i made a thread about products for the deaf, as for my A level Product Design i am creating a product for Deaf people and i asked for some ideas off you guys to kick start my mind!!.... so ive ruled out that i will create a pager for a mother and a child so the mother can contact the child VIA the pager from a distance. I have done much research with a Deaf school i worked at and some friends and through some charitable organisations.

    So now i have made some initial designs and i was wondering if i could ask you all for some feedback if anyone is interested. If anyone would be intrested in giving me a hand let me know!

    Thanks Patrick!

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