Leah Vendl | Design
Leah Vendl is a Seattle-based graphic designer, creating crisp, intuitive work backed with communications expertise.
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Open to All Exhibit

AIA Seattle’s first original exhibition, Open to All: Designing for the Full Range of Human Experience, explored how designers make places, objects and experiences to better match the diversity of our interactions with them.

Featuring projects from the built environment, technology, and fashion, and the premise of “mismatch design” the exhibit aimed to give visitors a visceral understanding of the critical role design plays in creating inclusive environments.

In collaboration with Microsoft’s Inclusive Design Tooklit
Exhibition Design

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 Taskar Center for Accessible Technology at UW’s Universal Play Kiosk tilts at the touch of a controller to make it accessible to players with limited mobility.

Taskar Center for Accessible Technology at UW’s Universal Play Kiosk tilts at the touch of a controller to make it accessible to players with limited mobility.

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 Utilizing Microsoft’s Inclusive Design Tooklit and the concept of mismatch  design, visitors were invited to share experiences of design being mismatched to their body or needs.

Utilizing Microsoft’s Inclusive Design Tooklit and the concept of mismatch design, visitors were invited to share experiences of design being mismatched to their body or needs.

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 A virtual reality experience gave visitors a sights & sounds simulation of navigating Seattle’s light rail tunnel with low vision.

A virtual reality experience gave visitors a sights & sounds simulation of navigating Seattle’s light rail tunnel with low vision.