Using photographs and symbols to represent language
CommuniKate is a socially focused pageset designed exclusively for people who use augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). It was designed so it could be easily used in conjunction with a low-tech communication book and as a progression from a book to a dynamic display device.
It is designed for people who rely heavily on the environment or context in order to communicate effectively, but understand concepts and language used in conversation and during everyday activities. CommuniKate supports emerging literacy skills and enhances comprehension by using photographs and symbols to represent language. It is the world's first Creative Commons pageset – AzuleJoe was initially created as a demo for users to try out this pageset.
Last updated: 08th of September, 2015