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Re-design of Andhra Bank's deposit slip
Nature of project : Classroom, self-sponsored
Duration : 1 week
Guide(s) : Prof. Chakradhar Saswade, Prof. V Ravishankar
Venue : National Institute of Design, Bangalore
Tags : Universal Design, Print Design



As part of a module on universal design, we were given an excercise to re-design an existing slip from any public facing organization with an aim to improve its usability and 'include' more people into it's existing list of users. I chose to pick up Andhra Bank's deposit slip. By critically analyzing the way the slip was designed, and taking into account basic heuristics and the universal design principles, the rest of the design process was taken forward. The poster for the design process and output is as shown below:

More details on the design process can be viewed in this presentation.