This pregnancy test was designed for blind people

From dealing with finances to accessing private medical information, privacy matters no matter who you are. But blind and partially sighted people are often denied their right to privacy due to inaccessible design and information. Taking a pregnancy test is a poignant example of this, as blind and partially sighted women often have no choice but to involve other people in reading their results. Meaning their private news is made public. Accessible design matters, and to prove it’s possible, RNIB created a pregnancy test prototype that would allow women to be the first to know their own news.